Chiefs’ Jarran Reed says goodbye to Kansas City … then offers a clarification

Defensive tackle Jarran Reed’s time with the Chiefs is at an end. Or maybe it isn’t.Those were the messages fans saw Wednesday on social media from Reed, who completed his first season with the Chiefs.Reed, 29, signed a one-year contract worth $5.5 million with the Chiefs in March, days after he was released by the…

Defensive address Jarran Reed’s time with the Chiefs is at an pause. Or perchance it isn’t.

Those had been the messages followers saw Wednesday on social media from Reed, who done his first season with the Chiefs.

Reed, 29, signed a one-yr contract value $5.5 million with the Chiefs in March, days after he used to be launched by the Seattle Seahawks. Reed had 2 1/2 sacks, compelled two fumbles and collected 20 solo tackles. He also had a sack in the playoffs.

Chiefs fresh supervisor Brett Veach talked about Tuesday his first focus of the offseason may maybe be the defense and talked about the defensive line.

Whether or no longer these plans consist of Reed is unknown, but he shared a Twitter message that made it seem as if he used to be leaving Kansas Metropolis, alongside side taking half in for coach Andy Reid “used to be a dream.”

“Thank you Kansas city my time at arrowhead used to be amazing taking half in for coach Reid used to be a dream made some spacious chums on to the subsequent chapter,” Reed wrote.

That sounds love he’s leaving, lawful?

Properly … perchance no longer.

As Chiefs followers talked about farewell to Reed, who’s 6 foot 3 and 313 kilos, he tweeted over again and talked about his first message meant nothing.

“My tweet had no which reach to it. I was simply correct thanking town followers coaches etc don’t rep to deep into it,” Reed wrote as he added laughing and face palm emoji.

Technically, Reed’s contract won’t expire till March 16 when the NFL’s free-company period begins.