Chiefs cut Warfield, Stills, McCleon, Barber
A high-level source with one NFL team told ESPN.com the league has informed teams that any player placed on waivers during the period of uncertainty (which includes players in this story) can be recalled from waivers until there is more clarity about the pending free-agency period.
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The Chiefs are in the process of restructuring contracts and considering other releases of veteran players.
Stills has been the Chiefs' best special teams player and was voted to the Pro Bowl after the 2003 season.
Warfield, an eight-year veteran, started 10 games at right cornerback last season, after sitting out the first four games of the year for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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