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Hunter makes Kansas City Chiefs roster

Named to the 53-man roster
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North Bay's Ryan Hunter has officially made the Kansas City Chiefs roster as the club announced its 53-man roster today.  

The 23-year-old was among eight other players who were named to work the Chiefs offensive line.   

"I am just trying to fit in wherever they need me and do whatever I can to show the front office that I deserve a spot on the team,” Hunter told BayToday at the start of training camp in late August.  

“Realistically there are a lot of spots that are taken up for starters but that does not mean if one or two guys go down that I can’t be the next guy to go in on the field so I am just trying to do what I can to show these coaches that I deserve a spot."   

See related: Hunter motivated to make an impact in the NFL 

Hunter signed with the Chiefs in February of 2019 after spending the entire season on the practice roster with the Chiefs. 

The Algonquin alum originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Chiefs in 2018.

 




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