Chiefs activate Long, cut Lawrence

The Chiefs made a switch at wide receiver before their game against the Chargers, activating Lance Long from the practice squad and releasing Quinten Lawrence.

Long played in one game for the Cardinals this season before joining the Chiefs, and he also can play special teams. He spent the 2008 season on the Cardinals’ practice squad, where he worked with current Chiefs coach Todd Haley, who was Arizona’s offensive coordinator then.

Lawrence, a sixth-round draft pick out of McNeese State last April, played in two games for the Chiefs. He carried the ball once for 16 yards and returned one kickoff for 17 yards.

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