With the NFL free agency period set to begin this week, teams are manipulating their rosters to put themselves in the best position for the 2019 season.

On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs reportedly decided to part ways with a talented linebacker who has been to four Pro Bowls.

Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chiefs are releasing former Georgia star Justin Houston, who will now be a free agent:

Houston still has stuff left in the tank, appearing in 27 games the past two years and recording 18.5 sacks. For his career, he has 78.5 sacks.

Yes, that salary is a beast, but it’s likely that the ex-Bulldog will find a new NFL home before the start of training camp this summer.