Chiefs elevate quarterback Kyle Shurmur to active roster, release WR DeAnthony Thomas

The Kansas City Star
Chiefs elevate quarterback Kyle Shurmur to active roster, release WR DeAnthony Thomas
Chiefs elevate quarterback Kyle Shurmur to active roster, release WR DeAnthony Thomas

Chiefs elevate quarterback Kyle Shurmur to active roster, release WR DeAnthony Thomas With Patrick Mahomes dealing with a right knee injury, the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday made a move to bolster the quarterback position. The Chiefs elevated rookie Kyle Shurmur from the practice squad to their active 53-player roster, where he will serve as a backup to veteran Matt Moore. Moore, who joined the Chiefs in August, projects to start in the short-term while Mahomes rehabilitates from a dislocated kneecap suffered in Week 7's 30-6 win over the Denver Broncos. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound Shurmur originally joined the Chiefs in April as an undrafted free agent out of Vanderbilt, where he owns numerous

Scroll to continue with content
Ad

What to Read Next