Skyy Moore Is Hilarious in Mic'd Up Video From Chiefs Camp

Larry Rupp
Skyy Moore is hilarious in a mic'd up video from Kansas City Chiefs training camp.
Skyy Moore is hilarious in a mic'd up video from Kansas City Chiefs training camp. / AP Photos/Charlie Riedel

The Kansas City Chiefs have the Chicago Bears on the schedule for a preseason battle on Saturday, Aug. 13. It'll be rookie wide receiver Skyy Moore's first opportunity to showcase his skills in live snaps. He is already making an impression on Chiefs fans after being mic'd up during practice, though.

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In a video posted by Kansas City's Twitter account, Moore provided one hilarious tidbit after another. He yelled good morning to his teammates, continually pointed out how hot it was and even broke down the WR huddle a few times. If anything, it was made obvious that he is having fun out there.

The 2022 second-round pick's route-running skills were also put on full display, too. He was beating opposing defenders to the inside and the outside, while being very vocal the entire time. Moore even took the toss on a rushing play and found daylight in the open field using an exciting burst of speed.

Moore is expected to make an immediate impact in the passing attack following a stellar final season at Western Michigan. The 21-year-old racked up 1,292 yards and 10 touchdowns on 95 receptions in 12 games. He was praised throughout the draft process for his reliable hands and raw athleticism.

It's worth noting that it won't be all too easy for Moore. He is going to have to fight for targets alongside Travis Kelce, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. The good news is that Pro Bowl quarterback Patrick Mahomes knows how to spread the ball around.

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