I'm always curious to see where some of the Kansas City Chiefs roster cuts end up. Last year, there was at one point 28 of 30 players that had been released by the Chiefs and yet to sign with a team. If your roster cuts are getting picked up by other teams, it's probably a good sign you have a deep team.
That's slowly starting to happen with the Chiefs.
On Wednesday, the Jacksonville Jaguars signed former Chiefs WR Lance Long, according to Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com. Long will go straight to the practice squad.
You think it's a surprise that last year Long's best game (eight receptions, 74 yards) came against the Jaguars?
This comes on the heels of his workout with the New England Patriots last week.
The Chiefs play the Jaguars on Oct. 24 so if Long is activated by then, we'll see him again.
Shortly after the Chiefs roster cuts in early September, offensive lineman Lemuel Jeanpierre signed with the Seattle Seahawks and DaJuan Morgan recently signed with the Indianapolis Colts. Other than that, I don't find any of the Chiefs cuts that have signed with another team.