Kansas City Chiefs waive former Michigan QB Shea Patterson
Former Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson has been waived by the Kansas City Chiefs. MLive.com confirmed the news on Friday that the ex-Wolverine was no longer with the franchise.
Patterson was signed by the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent in May. His stint with the reigning Super Bowl champions last just over two months before being waived. Kansas City added veteran NFL quarterback Matt Moore to the roster.
Patterson spent two seasons at Michigan after transferring from Ole Miss. He initially played for the Rebels and left the program following his sophomore season due to NCAA sanctions hit the football program.
In his two seasons as the starter in Ann Arbor, Patterson won 19 games for the Wolverines and led the program to two bowl games. He threw for 5,661 yards and 45 touchdowns during those two years, and added 323 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground.
Now, Patterson will look for other interested suitors in the NFL.