Chiefs Re-Sign C.J. Spiller

C.J. Spiller has been released by the Chiefs three times in the last six weeks. But, once again, he has been re-signed to the roster, as Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports. C.J. Spiller (vertical)

Spiller, now signed by the Chiefs on four separate occasions in 2017, has not taken the field for them in the regular season. His last KC stint ended on September 16 when he was cut to make room for UDFA RB Akeem Hunt. He may now get his chance to actually see the field following Charcandrick West‘s concussion, though he’ll slot behind starter Kareem Hunt and A. Hunt.

Spiller totaled 1,244 rushing yards back in 2012, but he’s only ran for 1,363 yards in the four seasons since. He split the 2016 campaign between the Seahawks and Jets, compiling just 18 rushing yards on six carries.

The 5-1 Chiefs have just a few days to prepare for their Thursday night showdown with the Raiders.

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  1. Brooks5Robinson

    So does this mean that if West Is able to play on Thursday that Spiller gets cut on Wednesday

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