Yes, the Chiefs have tight ends and need wide receivers, but in our second first-round draft scenario, all the top receivers are off the board by the time KC picks at No. 18. That leaves a player like Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams, who could give coach Andy Reid a tight-end combo like he had working in Green Bay.
Yes, the Chiefs have tight ends and need wide receivers, but in our second first-round draft scenario, all the top receivers are off the board by the time KC picks at No. 18. That leaves a player like Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams, who could give coach Andy Reid a tight-end combo like he had working in Green Bay. Elizabeth Flores MCT
Yes, the Chiefs have tight ends and need wide receivers, but in our second first-round draft scenario, all the top receivers are off the board by the time KC picks at No. 18. That leaves a player like Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams, who could give coach Andy Reid a tight-end combo like he had working in Green Bay. Elizabeth Flores MCT
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The Star’s NFL mock draft, version 2.0

February 14, 2015 01:32 PM

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