The Chiefs have released running back and special teams standout Cyrus Gray, per the Kansas City Star. The sixth-round pick in the 2012 draft carried just 24 times during his career with the team for 99 yards and one touchdown. He had eight attempts for 31 yards and that lone score in 2014. He was out after November 11, however, with a torn ACL.
The Chiefs put tight end Demetrius Harris (broken foot) and running back Cyrus Gray (torn ACL) on injured reserve, reports ChiefsDigest.com.
The Chiefs lost one of their core special teams players during Week 10's win at Buffalo when running back Cyrus Gray suffered a torn ACL, according to coach Andy Reid. In nine games, Gray had only eight carries, but was a main contributor on special teams.
Chiefs running back Cyrus Gray suffered a knee injury at Buffalo and has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (ribs) is active for the game at Buffalo after being listed as probable. Also suiting up are safety Eric Berry (ankle), linebacker Tamba Hali (knee), cornerback Phillip Gaines (ankle, quadriceps), running back Cyrus Gray (hand), wideout Junior Hemingway (hamstring), and cornerbacks Sean Smith (groin) and Chris Owens (knee).
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