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Kansas City Chiefs have an open roster spot but it won't go to tryout QB Bo Wallace

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The Kansas City Chiefs cut offensive tackle Curtis Feigt on Monday, which drops the Chiefs roster count down to 89 players. Which means there is an open roster spot for someone to join the team.

It's a logical guess that the Chiefs are signing one of the tryout players from this weekend's three-day rookie minicamp. Per a report from Herbie Teope of Chiefs Digest, that player will not be former Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace, who was one of four tryout quarterbacks at the rookie minicamp.

The other quarterbacks are CSU-Pueblo's Chris Bonner, Louisiana Tech's Cody Sokol and Richmond's Michael Strauss. The Chiefs currently have Alex Smith, Chase Daniel and Aaron Murray, along with Tyler Bray who is recovering from a torn ACL. While some teams like to have four healthy quarterbacks to spread the reps around during the offseason, Chiefs coach Andy Reid indicated on Monday that the Chiefs could keep the ones they have.

Here's a list of the Chiefs other tryout players. Which name sticks out to you?

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