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Terrance Copper, Ricky Stanzi and Braden Wilson among 14 players released by Chiefs

Updated: 2013-08-26T00:28:34Z


The Kansas City Star

The Chiefs released 14 players on Sunday night, including special teams ace/wide receiver Terrance Copper, third-year quarterback Ricky Stanzi and fullback Braden Wilson, a sixth-round draft pick from Kansas State.

Here are the rest of the cuts:

Cornerbacks Neiko Thorpe, Kamaal McIlwain and Vince Agnew, defensive end Miguel Chavis, offensive linemen A.J. Hawkins, Ryan Durand and Hutch Eckerson, defensive back Otha Foster, defensive lineman Rob Lohr, wide receiver Tyler Shoemaker and running back Jordan Roberts.

The Chiefs now have 76 players, and will need to get down to 75 by Tuesday afternoon.

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