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Updated Wide Receiver Depth Chart for Chiefs After NFL Offseason

Isaiah De Los Santos
A look at the Kansas City Chiefs' WR depth chart following free agency and the NFL Draft.
A look at the Kansas City Chiefs' WR depth chart following free agency and the NFL Draft. / David Eulitt/Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs will once again boast a prolific offense that features top wide receiver Tyreek Hill in 2021. However, their receiving corps will look a little different this season following free agency and the NFL draft.

Here's a look at the Chiefs' updated WR depth chart for 2021.

Chiefs WR Depth Chart 2021

1. Tyreek Hill

Hill is coming off of his third First Team All-Pro nod in five years and slots in firmly as Patrick Mahomes' top wideout. He recorded 87 catches for 1,276 yards and 15 TDs in 2020.

2. Mecole Hardman

Mecole Hardman has a chance to be WR2 behind Hill this season following the departure of Sammy Watkins. Hardman turned 41 receptions into 560 yards and 4 TDs last season.

3. Demarcus Robinson

Demarcus Robinson, a former fourth-round pick, has found a role in KC as a supporting receiver. He registered 45 catches for 466 yards and 3 TDs in his fifth NFL campaign during 2020.

4. Byron Pringle

Byron Pringle could see a larger role in his third season. The former undrafted wideout has seen just 33 total targets over the past two years, but without many clear options after the top three WRs on this list, he may see his looks increase in 2021.

5. Cornell Powell

Cornell Powell was a fifth-round pick by the Chiefs during the 2021 NFL Draft after a standout senior season at Clemson. Powell racked up 53 receptions, 882 yards and 7 TDs while serving as one of Trevor Lawrence's main targets.

6. Marcus Kemp

Marcus Kemp appeared in 10 games for the Chiefs last season, playing a sizable role on the special teams unit.

7. Gehrig Dieter

Gehrig Dieter has been on KC's roster since 2018, appearing in 10 total games and recording 2 catches for 32 yards.

8. Daurice Fountain

Daurice Fountain has appeared in six career NFL games for the Indianapolis Colts since entering the league in 2018. He was recently signed by the Chiefs after the team's rookie minicamp.

9. Antonio Callaway

Antonio Callaway was signed to a futures contract this offseason and will be fighting with the others down below him on this list for roster or practice squad spots.

10. Chad Williams

11. Maurice Ffrench

12. Chris Finke

13. Jody Fortson

14. Dalton Schoen

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