Chiefs Waive Bishop Sankey

Bishop Sankey‘s tenure with the Chiefs has come to an end. According to NESN.com’s Doug Kyed (via Twitter), Kansas City has waived the running back.

Bishop Sankey (vertical)Sankey was signed off the Patriots practice squad in early November, but the running back didn’t end up making a single appearance with his new team. The former second-round pick has struggled during his two seasons in the league. In 199 career carries, Sankey has run for 762 yards (3.8-yard average) and three touchdowns. The running back also has 32 career receptions for 272 yards and a touchdown.

Sankey was originally brought in following Jamaal Charles‘ knee injury. However, Spencer Ware proved that he was more than capable of carrying the load at running back, while backups Charcandrick West and Knile Davis were presumably more familiar with the offense than Sankey.

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  1. JustTappItIn

    Dang it, he was leading me to the fantasy ‘ship this season

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