The Kansas City Chiefs have cut former Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Junior Hemingway from the team's practice squad, per AP's own Joel Thorman. The team has yet to name a replacement for him at this time.
Thorman reports that the Chiefs actually cut Hemingway on Tuesday night. He was the team's seventh round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft.
The receiver has already been off and on the team's roster and practice squad, so it would not be surprising if he makes his way back again. However, the Chiefs have other positional needs at this time for those PS slots.