Kansas City was particularly thin at wide receiver last year, and with the prospect of losing wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to free agency, new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid are searching for players who could compete for roster spots next season.
Gilyard would fit that mold. He’s a former fourth-round draft pick out of Cincinnati who spent last season with the New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles, so Reid has some familiarity with him.
The Kansas City Chiefs management needs to make one more significant move toward improving the future for the local NFL team.
We need a powerful offense that can move the ball down the field and bring excitement back to the game in Kansas City.
How about bringing Tim Tebow to Kansas City?
Because the New York Jets gave him little chance to show what he can do, let’s see whether he can do for Kansas City what he did for the Broncos.
I’m betting Tim can do it if only given a chance.
“Bobby was a loyal, hardworking member of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise and served as the team’s equipment manager for more than two decades. Bobby was with the franchise in the beginning, starting with the Dallas Texans in 1960, before making the move to Kansas City in 1963. Both my brother, Lamar Jr., and I had the pleasure of working directly for Bobby during our high school years as ball boys on his staff for Chiefs Training Camp at William Jewell College. He made many contributions to the organization over his tenure and his efforts will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this time.”
1. Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama. Why not a cornerback with the top overall choice? The Chiefs need one to pair with Brandon Flowers, and Milliner is the best one available.
2. Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah. Fans might be weary of the Chiefs drafting at this position, but Kansas City will need some help here, particularly if Glenn Dorsey departs as a free agent.
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