The Jaguars appear to have one of the deepest teams in the NFL entering training camp. That said,…
Chiefs release Greg Wesley
The Chiefs then offered Wesley to the Houston Texans, but they also passed. Kansas City was forced to retain the veteran safety until now.
Wesley was no longer a fit thanks to the development of 2006 seventh-round pick Jarrad Page and the selection of North Carolina State safety DaJuan Morgan, who has an outside shot to start opposite Page come September.
Despite his release, Wesley played eight seasons with the Chiefs and was known for being a hard hitter and a play maker in the secondary. His skill level diminished somewhat the last two seasons however, as he battled injuries.
With Wesley's departure, the Chiefs appears to be set at safety with Page, Morgan, Bernard Pollard and veteran Jon McGraw.
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