Yasir Durant makes Chiefs last roster, other previous Missouri football gamers waived
NFL groups finalized their rosters prior to the 3 p.m. due date and numerous previous Missouri football players were amongst those cut, while offensive lineman Yasir Durant made the Chiefs 53-man lineup.
Durant, Missouri’s lone undrafted novice to make a roster, was not a part of the Chiefs last cuts. He started 33 of his final 34 games at MU and begins play against the Texans on Sept. 10.
Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, an offensive lineman at Missouri from 2016-19 did not make the Jacksonville Jaguars 53-man roster, the team revealed Saturday afternoon. After beginning all 12 games for the Tigers last season, he signed with the Jaguars following the NFL Draft. He invested more than three weeks on the COVID-19 list throughout training camp and could become a practice team candidate.
Cale Garrett, the previous Missouri linebacker whom former coach Barry Odom referred to as the “body and soul” of the Tiger defense in 2015, was waived by the Tennessee Titans on Saturday, Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports initially reported. Garrett signed with the Titans after going undrafted and Paylor stated “the super-competitive POUND might be a practice team candidate, however.”
The Titans also waived kicker Tucker McCann, a four-year beginning kicker at Missouri. He made 61 basket in college.
The Rams announced their roster on Saturday and tight end Kendall Blanton did not make the cut. He bet Missouri from 2014-18 and captured two touchdowns throughout his senior season.
The Washington Football group waived offensive lineman Paul Adams, who played for the Tigers from 2014-18. Adams was originally signed to the practice squad on Oct. 21, 2019 and promoted to the active roster in late-December. Helias and Alabama item Hale Hentges was also waived by Washington.
The Patriots launched linebacker Terez Hall, Paylor reported Saturday morning. He had a team-high five sacks in his final season with Missouri in 2018.
Previous Missouri wide receiver and 4th round choice J’Mon Moore was released by the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 3. Moore saw action with the Packers prior to being waived in 2019.