Chiefs Reportedly Staying Active in Free-Agent Wide Receiver Market
The Kansas City Chiefs have featured one of the most dangerous, explosive offenses in the league over the past few seasons, After losing the Super Bowl, it's looking as if they are trying to turn it up another notch.
Reports came out that Kansas City was in the running to land wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who was one of the most talented receivers on the free agenct market. While they did not land JuJu, they had offered him more money than the Steelers did.
The Chiefs are not expected to sit quietly for the rest of free agency.
The Chiefs went from being over the salary cap to having money to spend in free agency, and they have full intentions on using it. While Kansas City does return Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman and Byron Pringle to their wide receiver corps, they did release Sammy Watson.
If the Chiefs were willing to throw money at JuJu, that means they are in the running for anyone. If the reports are correct and they are looking to bring in another wide receiver, there are a few interesting players still available.
The top overall receiver still available is Kenny Golladay. After him, however, is a list of players who could all be interesting on Kansas City: Tim Patrick, Antonio Brown, T.Y. Hilton, Golden Tate and Josh Reynolds.
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