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According to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have released cornerback Dunta Robinson.
#Chiefs have released veteran CB Dunta Robinson
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) February 7, 2014
Robinson hasn’t been the same player since his time with the Texans.
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