Tight end Sean McGrath’s retirement probably means Demetrius Harris will land a spot on the Chiefs’ 53-man roster for the season opener Sept. 7 against Tennessee at Arrowhead Stadium. Harris — a raw but intriguing 6-foot-7 prospect, who played basketball in college — might have beat out McGrath anyway.
Tight end Sean McGrath’s retirement probably means Demetrius Harris will land a spot on the Chiefs’ 53-man roster for the season opener Sept. 7 against Tennessee at Arrowhead Stadium. Harris — a raw but intriguing 6-foot-7 prospect, who played basketball in college — might have beat out McGrath anyway. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Tight end Sean McGrath’s retirement probably means Demetrius Harris will land a spot on the Chiefs’ 53-man roster for the season opener Sept. 7 against Tennessee at Arrowhead Stadium. Harris — a raw but intriguing 6-foot-7 prospect, who played basketball in college — might have beat out McGrath anyway. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Tight end Demetrius Harris confident he can catch on with the Chiefs

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