The Kansas City Chiefs have released punter Dustin Colquitt after 15 seasons with the franchise.
Colquitt was the longest tenured player on the roster playing with four different general manager's, five head coaches and 13 starting quarterbacks during his time in Kansas City.
Colquitt posted a long note thanking Kansas City on his Instagram account.
Kansas City saved $2 million in cap space by releasing the veteran punter. KC recently signed punters Tyler Newsome and undrafted rookie Tommy Townsend.