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Kansas City Chiefs release QB Terrelle Pryor

Terrelle Pryor is starting over -- again.

The Chiefs announced on Tuesday that they have released the fifth-year quarterback less than four months after signing with Kansas City.

Pryor is no guarantee to find another job. Completing just 56.3 percent of his throws over 16 appearances in Oakland, the former Ohio State star is a backup project at best. After fizzling out with the Raiders, Seahawks and Chiefs, the shine is off this athletic specimen with questionable arm talent.

With Alex Smith, Chase Daniel, Aaron Murray and Tyler Bray on the roster, the Chiefs have enough middling options under center.

As for landing spots: The 49ers and Colts have just two quarterbacks, but they've already passed on plenty of chances to sign Pryor before.

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