NFL Roster Cuts: Chiefs Make Toribio Signing Official, Release Quinten Lawrence

The Kansas City Chiefs announced via press release that they had signed former Green Bay Packers nose tackle Anthony Toribio on Sunday. They were awarded Toribio when the Packers placed him on waiver wire and the Chiefs placed a claim on him.

The Chiefs also announced that receiver Quinten Lawrence had been released. Lawrence was signed and released a couple of times last year so it seems his roster position is pretty fluid.

Lawrence also makes the third 2009 draft pick that was didn't make the active roster -- 5th round pick Colin Brown and 7th round pick Javarris Williams. He was a sixth round pick.

It's interesting that the Chiefs did release two nose tackles (one signed to practice squad) on Saturday. Perhaps they had a strong indication Toribio would be released. It sounds like some good scouting here.

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