The Kansas City Chiefs made another change at receiver.
Veteran Mark Bradley has been cut. A spark plug last season, Bradley hasn’t produced much this season. The team re-signed rookie Quinten Lawrence to replace Bradley on the 53-man roster. The sixth-round pick was cut Saturday.
Bradley played in 13 games this season with six starts. He had 24 catches for 320 yards and two touchdowns. He also had seven kickoff returns.
The Chiefs have been tinkering with the receiver position all season. Expect it to continue into the offseason.
The Chiefs have Dwayne Bowe and will likely try to re-sign Chris Chambers, who has shined since being claimed off waivers from San Diego in November. Also, expect Kansas City to address the position in the draft.