Tuesdays have been the busiest day of the week for roster movement around the Chiefs during this 2009 season.
Thus the day has been dubbed Transaction Tuesday.
There was another transaction for the Chiefs on Tuesday as the team released DT Kenny Smith.
Signed on October 21st, after being out of the NFL for several seasons, Smith played in six games with the Chiefs. He was credited with two tackles in those games, where he got just a handful of snaps each week spelling NT Ron Edwards.
The Chiefs did not announce who would fill the open spot on the 53-man active roster. They have three defensive linemen on the practice squad: DT Derek Lokey, DE Dion Gales and DE Bobby Greenwood.