The Kansas City Chiefs first regular season depth chart is here. The Chiefs have released four depth charts so far and, with NFL roster cuts coming last week, there are a lot of changes to this depth chart.
One big one is that the Chiefs have finally added Dexter McCluster in as a running back. The Chiefs had publicly confirmed that's the position he'll (mainly) be playing but continued to list him as a receiver in the preseason depth charts.
Here's a summary of the changes to this edition:
WR Steve Breaston ahead of WR Jerheme Urban at No. 2 receiver; C Rodney Hudson added as backup left and right guard; OT Steve Maneri added as backup right tackle; TE Anthony Becht removed (released); RB Dexter McCluster (finally) removed as wide receiver and added as running back; RB Jackie Battle added as backup fullback; DE Amon Gordon added as third string nose tackle; LB Demorrio Williams added as backup LILB; LB Cameron Sheffield added as backup ROLB; S Jon McGraw removed as backup free safety and added as backup strong safety; RB Dexter McCluster added as No. 1 punt returner; CB Donald Washington removed as fourth string kick and punt returner
The latest depth chart is posted after the jump.
WR: Steve Breaston, Jerheme Urban, Jonathan Baldwin
LG: Ryan Lilja, Rodney Hudson
RG: Jon Asamoah, Rodney Hudson
RT: Barry Richardson, Steve Maneri
FB: Le'Ron McClain, Jackie Battle
LILB: Jovan Belcher, Demorrio Williams
ROLB: Tamba Hali, Cameron Sheffield
FS: Kendrick Lewis, Sabby PIscitelli
P: Dustin Colquitt, Ryan Succop
K: Ryan Succop
LS: Thomas Gafford
PR: Dexter McCluster, Steve Breaston, Jerheme Urban
KR: Javier Arenas, Dexter McCluster, Steve Breaston