Chiefs to release linebacker Tamba Hali

Chiefs to release linebacker Tamba Hali

The Kansas City Chiefs released former Beaufort standout Ron Parker on Monday.

The Kansas City Chiefs are releasing linebacker Tamba Hali according to ESPN's Adam Schefter and the Kansas City Star's Terez Paylor. The move equals over $7 million dollars in salary cap savings for the team, per SB Nation.

Last season, he started all 16 regular-season games and registered 67 total tackles, two interceptions and a pair of fumble recoveries.

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It will be interesting to see if Hali drums up any interest as a free agent.

Letting go of Hali and Parker fall in line as the Kansas City Chiefs have let go of other players so far this offseason like Derrick Johnson, Darrell Revis, and have traded away quaterback Alex Smith and cornerback Marcus Peters. Parker's most productive year came in 2015-16, when he racked up 78 total tackles, five sacks, three picks, one forced fumble and 12 pass defenses. The five-time Pro-Bowler played limited snaps in only five games for the Chiefs in 2017.

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