http://www.nationalfootballpost.com...tml?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Shaun Rogers' contract was recently terminated by the Cleveland Browns. His reputation was also damaged by a disappointing season last year where he struggled with injuries and he drew criticism from Browns general manager Tom Heckert, who referrred to him as a different kind of cat in comments to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Rogers recently visited the Washington Redskins. He's visiting the Kansas City Chiefs today, according to ESPN and Pro Football Talk. Rogers, whose nickname is "Big Baby," recently discussed his outlook with KILT Radio in Houston, per SportsRadioInterviews.com. "No it didnt," Rogers said when asked if he was surprised he was released. "Its one of those things that come with the territory when youre a veteran guy like myself. These kinds of things are going to happen. I would just hope that my track record would speak for itself. Unfortunately last year I played through some injuries against some advice from my agent Kennard (McGuire). "He probably wouldve liked to see me sit down a little bit till I was fully there. Were competitors in this game and guys go out there and try and give there all excluding all circumstances. I think I did alright with what I was asked to do this year. My goal right now is to get healthy and look into any opportunities. The Browns wound up reducing Rogers' snaps significantly last season. "The problem with me getting hurt last year, one of my young proteges, Ahtyba Rubin, showed great promise and they wanted to get him on the field," Rogers said. "They moved him to nose and we had a little rotation where I would go in at end and he would play nose and thats just what it was. I was kinda banged up this year so I had a little more spot play than usual, but years previous to that Ive been blessed and Ive been one of the few guys in this league that I would consider a three-down guy. T "he league is getting specialized as far as guys playing two downs and bringing in other guys in third down situations. You see that a lot in the league. In my career Ive been blessed and had the ability to do both. Im just looking to get healthy and go out there and play at a level where I played at for many years which I consider to be one of the upper levels or a Pro-Bowl level. A former University of Texas standout whose agent is based out of Houston, Rogers said he would like to play for the Texans. Like I said it would be most definitely a fairy tale situation," Rogers said. "But again you just look forward to exploring all opportunities and hopefully whoever reaches out to me and wherever I go it will most definitely be a positive experience.