NFL teams had to cut their rosters to 65 players—excluding NFL Europe exemptions—on Tuesday, which meant the Chiefs had to cut seven players and the Rams had to cut one. Kansas City’s most notable cuts included former Tennessee QB Casey Clausen and Jeris McIntyre, a wide receiver they took out of Auburn in the sixth round this year. Kansas City also waived wide receivers Herb Haygood, Zach Fletcher and Dave Klemic. Running back Jonathon Smith was also let go. The Rams cut undrafted rookie lineman Jeremy Phillips. Teams must cut their rosters to 53 players by Sunday… Former Missouri Tigers offensive lineman A.J. Ricker and running back Zack Abron—who finished up their eligibility at Mizzou last season—have been cut by the Chicago Bears. Lineman Rob Droege has been put on injured reserve after tearing an ACL. Brandon Barnes has made the Ravens squad as the No.3 inside right linebacker.
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