The Kansas City Chiefs are done with Dunta Robinson.
The Chiefs released the veteran cornerback after one season with the team and signed wide receiver Weston Dressler on Friday.
Robinson's departure will free up about $3 million from the Chiefs' salary cap for next season. Robinson signed a three-year, $13.7 million contract last season.
The 31-year-old played in just eight games and started two last season for the Chiefs. He had 13 tackles, one fumble recovery and four passes defensed.
From 2010 to 2012, Robinson was with the Atlanta Falcons. He posted 80 tackles in 16 games in 2012.
Robinson started his career with the Houston Texans. As a rookie in 2004, Robinson logged 88 tackles, a career-high six interceptions, three forced fumbles and 19 passes defensed.
Because Robinson now is an unrestricted free agent, he is able to sign with another team before free agency opens on March 11.
Dressler, a former North Dakota player, spent the last six seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Canadian Football League, catching 442 passes for 6,531 yards and 43 touchdowns. In 2013, he totaled 70 receptions for 1,011 yards and nine touchdowns to help the Roughriders win the Grey Cup.