The Kansas City Chiefs have released offensive tackle Eric Winston after one season, per Pro Football Talk.
Winston took to Twitter to share his thoughts after the team’s decision became public.
“Just wanted to confirm that I have been released,” he wrote. “Even though it was an incredibly tough year on and off the field last year, I wouldn’t trade the relationships I made in KC and the overall experience I had for anything. It was an honor to be a Chief and I wish them nothing but the best in the future. … On to the next adventure!”
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Recently franchise tagged left tackle Branden Albert handled the news a little differently, as he vented about potentially switching positions. When asked by one of his followers if he saw himself strictly as a left tackle, he replied, “You damn right.”
Winston, who signed a four-year, $22 million contract last March after being released by the Texans in a very surprising decision, earned $9.3 million in his first year in Kan...