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Updated Kansas City Chiefs 90-man offseason roster after recent moves

Meet the Kansas City Chiefs’ complete 90-man offseason roster for 2023

The 90-man offseason roster is constantly in flux throughout the offseason for every NFL team and the Kansas City Chiefs’ has undergone some recent changes.

Following the team’s rookie minicamp, the team signed one tryout player and released an undrafted free agent signed following the 2023 NFL draft and another veteran player signed during free agency. Days later the team made a flurry of roster moves, swapping out several undrafted free agents for veterans.

As a result, the 90-man roster is looking quite different than it was directly after the draft. It’ll likely undergo more changes ahead of, during and after OTAs. They even have an extra player with a roster exemption as a result of the NFL’s international player pathway program.

Here’s a look at the latest iteration of the offseason roster:

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  1. Patrick Mahomes
  2. Blaine Gabbert
  3. Shane Buechele
  4. Chris Oladokun

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  1. Isiah Pacheco
  2. Jerick McKinnon
  3. Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  4. La’Mical Perine
  5. Jerrion Ealy
  6. Deneric Prince

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  1. Marquez Valdes-Scantling
  2. Kadarius Toney
  3. Skyy Moore
  4. Rashee Rice
  5. Justin Watson
  6. Richie James
  7. Cornell Powell
  8. Ihmir Smith-Marsette
  9. Justyn Ross
  10. John Ross
  11. Ty Fryfogle
  12. Nikko Remigio

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  1. Travis Kelce
  2. Noah Gray
  3. Blake Bell
  4. Jody Fortson
  5. Kendall Blanton
  6. Matt Bushman

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  1. Jawaan Taylor
  2. Donovan Smith
  3. Lucas Niang
  4. Prince Tega Wanogho
  5. Wanya Morris
  6. Sebastian Guttierez
  7. Chukwuebuka Jason Godrick (Roster exemption)

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  1. Joe Thuney
  2. Trey Smith
  3. Nick Allegretti
  4. Darian Kinnard
  5. Mike Caliendo
  6. Jerome Carvin

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  1. Creed Humphrey
  2. Austin Reiter
  3. Andersen Hardy

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  1. Chris Jones
  2. Derrick Nnadi
  3. Tershawn Wharton
  4. Keondre Coburn
  5. Danny Shelton
  6. Phil Hoskins
  7. Matt Dickerson
  8. Chris Williams

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  1. George Karlaftis
  2. Felix Anudike-Uzomah
  3. Charles Omenihu
  4. Mike Danna
  5. Joshua Kaindoh
  6. BJ Thompson
  7. Malik Herring
  8. Daniel Wise
  9. Truman Jones

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  1. Nick Bolton
  2. Willie Gay Jr.
  3. Drue Tranquill
  4. Leo Chenal
  5. Jack Cochrane
  6. Cole Christiansen
  7. Isaiah Moore
  8. Cam Jones

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  1. L’Jarius Sneed
  2. Trent…

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