What’s Next for the Kansas City Chiefs?

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Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano (80) catches a pass for a touchdown as Denver Broncos strong safety Mike Adams (20) defends during the first half of the game at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Which Tight Ends do we Keep?

Fasano, Kelce, McGrath, and Harris. All four have shown potential in mini camp, and yet it is hard to believe that the Chiefs will keep four tight ends. McGrath was an instant fan favorite last year, and was reliable during the stretch of games that he played in. While Fasano went down with an injury, he is a veteran guy who showed he can make the big time play over the middle for us.

Kelce is a second year player who was sidelined with an injury his first year, but has incredible physical talent and a love for contact. Harris is a big converted basketball type who has all the physical tools but still needs refining. I would love to see the team keep all the tight ends, but I don’t know if that’s a possibility.

My thought is have 4 tight ends, 4 running backs, but only 5 receivers. While the receiver number could be low, Kelce and Fasano are both athletic enough to split out wide, more so Travis Kelce than Anthony Fasano. No matter what the team decides to do, however, the tight ends will be a great source of competition heading into the season.

There you have it, Addicts. 4 areas of interest since we have 4 weeks until training camp. All four of these will be important in the coming months regarding the success of our Kansas City Chiefs in year 2 of the Dorsey/Reid regime. Any other position battles you’re interested in, or specific areas that you think still need attention?