Chiefs re-sign Jerrell Powe, cut Chad Hall

Defensive lineman re-signed Aaron Wilson

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The Kansas City Chiefs re-signed defensive tackle Jerrell Powe, cutting wide receiver Chad Hall.

A week ago, the transactions were reversed with Powe cut and Hall signed.


Powe originally joined the Chiefs as a sixth-round pick in 2011. He has played in 10 contests in two NFL seasons, recording six tackles.


Hall has played in 24 games in over two NFL seasons with the Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.He has played in nine games with the Chiefs recording two catches for 20 yards. His career numbers include 16 receptions for 155 yards with two touchdowns. He has returned 11 punts for 116 yards and six kickoffs for 108 yards.

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