The Kansas City Chiefs have made a few practice squad moves with the headliner being that defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches heads to the practice squad. He made the initial 53-man roster but the Chiefs cut him last week to make room for linebacker Dezman Moses on the active roster. Nunez-Roches will stay in Kansas City which is good news. He’s part of the Chiefs depth along the defensive line where they go five deep during games. I like him and think he’s worth keeping around.
The Chiefs also cut wide receiver Seantavious Jones from the practice squad and added offensive lineman Daniel Munyer. You should recognize Munyer’s name as he was the Chiefs backup center last year when Mitch Morse went down and Zach Fulton filled in.
This brings up the question, is Zach Fulton going to be playing guard again this week? This could be a sign that starting guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif remains out. If Fulton, who is also the backup center, replaces LDT at guard, the Chiefs could be eyeing Munyer as their backup center.