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Kyle Turley Put on Injured Reserve

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You can probably call this a career:

The Kansas City Chiefs placed tackle Kyle Turley on injured reserve and claimed tackle Adrian Jones on waivers from the New York Jets on Wednesday.

Turley played in seven games, starting five at right tackle for the Chiefs in 2007. He joined the club as a free agent in 2006 and played in 14 games overall with Kansas City. A first-round pick of the Saints in 1998, Turley has played in 109 games with New Orleans, St. Louis and Kansas City.

Jones played in seven games for the Jets in 2007. He was a fourth-round selection of the club in 2004 and has suited up in 44 games during his NFL career.

Kyle Turley's career is almost certainly over. Never more than an occasionally useable offensive lineman, Kyle Turley's best years were past him when he came to the Chiefs in 2006. I wish Kyle Turley success in his latest endeavor involving retired players.

You can watch Turley talking about providing better benefits for retired NFL players here.

Adrian Jones was added to the active roster and will more than likely see playing time in the last two games.