Kansas City Chiefs let go of five time pro bowler Tamba Hali Monday, and in addition the Chiefs let go of veteran safety Ron Parker.
Tamba Hali ranks second all time in sacks with 89.5 behind hall of famer Derrick Thomas. Ron Parker is know for his ability to hit, and help anchor the secondary with Eric Berry.
The Chiefs made these roster moves to clear up cap space to help bring in more players from the NFL draft and in free agency.
Letting go of Hali and Parker fall in line as the Kansas City Chiefs have let go of other players so far this offseason like Derrick Johnson, Darrell Revis, and have traded away quaterback Alex Smith and cornerback Marcus Peters.
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