Lampkin finished the 2018 season on the Browns' practice squad. He'll now get to stick around with Cleveland for the offseason with hopes of securing a depth role in the secondary in advance of the 2019 campaign.
Lampkin (knee) is working out for the Bills on Monday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Lampkin suffered a torn ACL during his 2017 campaign with the Chiefs, and was waived by Kansas City this offseason. The cornerback appears to have returned to full health, and could have a shot at earning a depth role in Buffalo's secondary.
The Chiefs waived Lampkin (ACL) on Wednesday, Brooke Pryor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Lampkin continues to slowly recover from an ACL injury suffered last August, resulting in the Chiefs' decision to cut ties with him as they look for depth in the secondary. Once he recovers and is ready to practice, there's a chance the second-year cornerback could find a landing spot with another club, assuming he goes unclaimed.
Lampkin (knee) remains in recovery and may not be available for the start of training camp, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. "Lampkin, who tore his ACL last year, isn't quite ready yet and we'll just take him day-by-day," said Chiefs Vice President of Sports Medicine and Performance Rick Burkholder.
Lampkin tore his ACL in training camp last summer and spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve. When healthy, the undrafted Oklahoma State product will compete for a depth role in the Chiefs secondary.
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