Last weekend the Kansas City Chiefs made a waiver claim on nose tackle Anthony Toribio, who was waived by the Green Bay Packers on the final cut down day.
The Chiefs found out Sunday morning that they had acquired Toribio so, to make room for his arrival on the roster, they released WR Quinten Lawrence from the active roster.
Two days later and Lawrence is back.
The Chiefs announced that Lawrence has been signed to the practice squad. He was a 2009 draft pick so he's familiar with the Chiefs scheme.
To make room for Lawrence, rookie nose tackle Garrett Brown was released from the practice squad.
Expect more practice squad shuffling as the Chiefs and the rest of the league. Guys like Lawrence are valuable to the Chiefs because he can quickly be ready if he's ever needed on the active roster.