The Chiefs have released former Jet Darrelle Revis, the team announced.
Revis, 32, would have been owed a $10 million contract guarantee if he was still on the roster on March 18. He was signed by Chiefs in November, playing five games, including two starts.
After the Chiefs' season ended, Revis admitted he wasn't at his best.
"The material I put on [videotape] from the little time I had, not going through training camp and being here for the installs, I was OK," Revis said, via ESPN. "I wasn't great or my best ever. No way. But at the same time, for what I came in here and was asked to do, for the most part I'm happy with it.''
It is unclear if the four-time All-Pro will retire or not. He will turn 33-years-old before preseason next season and has been cut by the Jets and Chiefs within the last calendar year.