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Reigning Super Bowl champion who has earned $3.8 million in his career remains unemployed after offseason NFL roster cuts

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THE Kansas City Chiefs have signed defensive tackle Matt Dickerson from the roster.

Last season was Dickerson’s first and last year with the Chiefs.

The Kansas City Chiefs have cut defensive tackle Matt DickersonCredit: Getty
Dickerson won the Super Bowl with the Chiefs last seasonCredit: Getty

Dickerson came to the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Tennessee Titans in 2018 and received sporadic playing time.

In three seasons with the Titans, Dickerson played in 18 games, recording 15 tackles and one tackle for loss.

After his stint with the Titans, Dickerson moved to the Atlanta Falcons, where he played in six games, recording twelve tackles and one tackle for loss.

Dickerson spent 2023 with the Chiefs, appearing in 12 games for the team.

He recorded a career-high 15 tackles and added the third tackle for the loss of his career.

Dickerson was cut to make room for linebacker Cole Christiansen.

Christianson was originally tendered by the Chiefs as an exclusive rights free agent, but the tender was rescinded.

Instead, he was resigned by the team at Dickerson’s expense.

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Christiansen began his career in 2020 with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted free agent.

In two years with the Chargers, Christianson played in just seven games and registered three tackles.

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After moving to the Chiefs in 2022, he played in just six games, registering one tackle.

The Chiefs are having a busy offseason and are working hard to add depth to their offense.

They traded up in the NFL Draft to select wide receiver Xavier Worthy.

The Chiefs also added quarterback Carson Wentz as a backup and resigned running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

They also added wide receiver Marquise Brown as an offensive weapon for Patrick Mahomes.

The team will try to become the first team in NFL history to win three straight Super Bowls this season.