The Kansas City Chiefs may have lost Super Bowl 55, but they have won the offseason thanks to the brilliant work of general manager Brett Veach. After impressive operate in complimentary agency and the trade block, the Chiefs massively enhanced their roster with the young talent they picked in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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The Kansas City Chiefs added a variety of skill in this years NFL Draft, indicating some veterans might be shown the door..
With the Chiefs adding 6 prospects to their lineup, that indicates there will be competitors for positions on the 53-man lineup for the 2021 season. As for who will be in the most risk of losing a spot, here are 3 that stand out.
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The Chiefs did have an issue at the wide receiver position. The Chiefs did make an addition by means of the NFL Draft, and that is Clemsons Cornell Powell.
With the former Tigers gamer on the lineup, there will be an extensive competitors to fill out the large receiver depth chart. With Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson and Powell all essentially locked in to a roster area, there are plenty of other receivers left on the depth chart.
The Chiefs did have a problem at the wide receiver position. While they did attempt to pry JuJu Smith-Schuster far from the Pittsburgh Steelers, it was not successful. Not just that, but they enabled Sammy Watkins to sign up with the Baltimore Ravens. The Chiefs did make an addition via the NFL Draft, and that is Clemsons Cornell Powell.
With the previous Tigers player on the lineup, there will be a comprehensive competition to submit the large receiver depth chart. With Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson and Powell all essentially locked in to a lineup spot, there are plenty of other receivers left on the depth chart. If there is one player that might be cut, it is Gehrig Dieter.
The wideout has been with the Chiefs organization because 2017, where he has logged 2 receptions for 32 yards on 5 targets through 10 regular-season video games.
Yes, the team did sign Dieter to a futures deal this offseason, but they likewise has the likes of Byron Pringle, Antonio Callaway and Tajae Sharpe on the lineup. While Dieter does understand the Chiefs offense, he might have a hard hill to climb up to make the roster.