Chiefs release Dunta Robinson, sign CFL wide receiver

Kansas City Chiefs

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs are starting to make some roster changes. On Friday they announced the release of cornerback Dunta Robinson. The 10-year veteran signed a three-year deal with the Chiefs, but he only played one disappointing season. He lost his starting job to rookie Marcus Cooper early in the 2013 season.

Robinson is out, and Weston Dressler is in. The Chiefs have signed the free agent wide receiver out of the Canadian Football League. Dressler played six seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He was used as a punt and kickoff returner, but posted big numbers catching the football.

Last season, he had 70 receptions for 1,011 yards and nine touchdowns. He was steady, recording 1,000 or more yards receiving in five of his six CFL seasons. Dressler played college football at the University of North Dakota.

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