On Saturday the Kansas City Chiefs cut offensive lineman Bryan Mattison and elevated defensive back Neiko Thorpe from the practice squad.
Today they did the exact opposite -- Mattison is back and Thorpe is gone.
Mattison was signed after the Rodney Hudson injury. Along with Russ Hochstein, he provides depth along the offensive line. The Chiefs probably need another offensive lineman...
The Kansas City Chiefs re-signed center Bryan Mattison and waived defensive back Neiko Thorpe. The team released Mattison and promoted Thorpe from its practice squad before Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and Thorpe saw action on special teams in the game.
Defensive back Neiko Thorpe was elevated by the Kansas City Chiefs from the practice squad and center Bryan Mattison was released. Thorpe signed with the Chiefs as an undrafted rookie out of Auburn this year, and joined the practice squad after not making the 53-man roster to open the season. Mattison has been active for one game this season.
The Chiefs on Saturday promoted defensive back Neiko Thorpe from the practice squad and released center Bryan Mattison.
The Chiefs secondary has been hit hard by injuries this year. Cornerback Brandon Flowers has missed time because of a heel injury and safety Kendrick Lewis has not played this season because of a shoulder injury. He also was absent from practice Thursday because...
ST. LOUIS There are only so many ways to say the past has been forgotten. St. Louis Rams offensive linemen understand this better than most early in training camp. There are concise ways. There are cerebral ways. There are reflective ways. Yes, there are only so many ways to say a bad memory has been erased.
Take third-year guard Bryan Mattison, who started four games during last...
The crash course that guard Bryan Mattison has endured since
joining the Rams last week has been pretty tough, but nothing
compared to the transition he made more than a year ago in
The Ravens have waived 27-year old C/G Bryan Mattison. Mattison played in 8 games (0 starts) for the Ravens this year. He played in 10 games (0 starts) in his two years with the Ravens. He will likely be on speed dial for the Ravens in case they have any injuries along the offensive line the rest of the year.
The Ravens promoted rookie LB Josh Bynes from the practice squad to the active roster, and waived OL Bryan Mattison, the team announced Wednesday. Bynes signed with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in July and was released during the final roster cut at the beginning of September. The Auburn product was signed to the practice squad on Nov. 9. Mattison has appeared in eight games...