The chiefs cut off the defensive end Tamba Harry

  • After 12 games in Kansas City, defensive Madden Coins end Tamba Hali welcomed the departure.

    According to ESPN reporter Adam Schefter, the chiefs will lay off Harry. This move is not surprising. As early as a month ago, there were signs that the chiefs will clean up those "elderly, expensive" defense members.

    Harry's contract will remain for one year and will occupy the chief's salary of $ 9.4 million. After cutting him out, 1.7 million of them became dead money, and the chiefs received extra space of 7.7 million US dollars.

    Harry was the Chiefs' first-round pick in 2006 and was selected for the professional bowl for five consecutive seasons in 2011-2015. Last year, he only played in 5 games and he did not have any chance to kill.