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Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Chiefs' picks: Round 2/36 -- Dexter McCluster, WR, 5-8, 165, Mississippi, A versatile offensive performer who can run, catch and even pass, McCluster will be very busy in Haley and Charlie Weis' offense -- think former Giants RB Dave Meggett as an example. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Dexter McCluster News
07/30/14 - RB Dexter McCluster was thought to be just a gadget player when the Titans signed him, but it appears early in camp that McCluster will get his fair share of carries as a running back.
04/01/14 - WR Dexter McCluster was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Titans from the Chiefs March 13.
12/30/13 - WR Dexter McCluster finished the schedule with the best individual punt returning performance in Chiefs history. McCluster returned 58 punts for 686 yards, including a 32-yard return against San Diego. His performance topped previous efforts by former Chiefs J.T. Smith and Tamarick Vanover.
12/19/13 - WR Dexter McCluster was a limited participant in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday because of an infection in an ankle that showed itself last week. Head coach Andy Reid said McCluster's ankle is still sore and that his practice time would be judged period-to-period during the session as he tests the ankle.
12/17/13 - WR Dexter McCluster did not play against Oakland on Sunday because of an infection in the area of his right ankle/foot. McCluster suffered a cut in the Washington game on December 8 and the wound got infected. He had a procedure on December 12 to drain the area. He's expected to be able to practice this week.