Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Chiefs have released defensive tackle Jaye Howard.
Chiefs have released Jaye Howard, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 22, 2017
Howard was set to count for $6.375 million on the Chiefs salary cap, but his new cap number will be $5 million, which is the total of the money remaining from his signing bonus and a $2.5 million salary guarantee. Howard’s contract contains offsets so if he signs with another team the Chiefs should recover some of his salary. That money would be credited to the Chiefs 2018 salary cap. Continue reading Chiefs Release Jaye Howard »
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