The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to make a big splash during the offseason. Their available cap space room is among the largest in all of the NFL and they will likely make aggressive moves both in the 2012 NFL Draft and on the free agent market for a rebuilding season following a disappointing 2011. But first, of course, they will be making their share of in-house personnel and roster moves.
Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reported on Tuesday that the Chiefs have released linebacker Demorrio Williams.
Williams has been with the Chiefs since 2008. Williams had no sacks and just 18 tackles for Kansas City in 2011. He has recorded less than 20 tackles in each of his last two seasons with the team, during which he saw far less playing time than in 2008 and 2009.
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