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Dunta Robinson released by Kansas City Chiefs

Veteran cornerback Dunta Robinson signed a three-year contract with the Kansas City Chiefs before last season, but he won't last more than one.

Robinson was released Friday, according to the Chiefs' official website. In a corresponding move, Kansas City signed wide receiver Weston Dressler.

Due $3.2 million in 2014, Robinson still takes away $3.9 million in guaranteed money after signing a weighty $13.8 million pact last March. Added to the roster to bring rock-solid depth to Kansas City's defense, Robinson wound up as a little-used slot corner who finished the campaign as the 167th-ranked player at his position by Pro Football Focus. Opposing signal-callers mounted a troubling 113.8 passer rating throwing at Robinson over nine appearances.

His season closed in ugly fashion as the 31-year-old defender was scorched by Colts wideout T.Y. Hilton in Kansas City's wild-card loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

After years spent anchoring secondaries for the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons, Robinson finished the season as an overpriced piece of the puzzle for a Chiefs defense that would rather give snaps to young Marcus Cooper and whomever they snatch up in May's draft.

In the latest "Around The League Podcast," the guys ponder the future in both Seattle and Denver and break down the teams that intrigue them most this offseason.

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