It's not a drop-your-jaw shocker but the Kansas City Chiefs just released defensive tackle Anthony Toribio. He first joined the Chiefs on cut down weekend shortly before the 2010 season.
No other experience will compare to playing at Arrowhead ever! Thank you Kansas City chiefs for the opportunity! Chiefs Kingdom you guys!— Anthony Toribio (@Ribzz93) November 19, 2013
Toribio is listed as Mike DeVito's back-up at defensive end. That's interesting because it was DeVito who exited Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos with an injury.
Toribio had one of the Chiefs hurries onPeyton Manning last Sunday night.
Toribio earned a season-high 10 snaps in Mike DeVito's absence on Sunday. #Chiefs— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) November 19, 2013
He came from the Green Bay Packers back then, the same place where Chiefs GM John Dorsey came from. He also arrived on the team via a waiver claim, the same type of roster move that was very beneficial to the Chiefs on this past cut down weekend.