Kansas City Chiefs: top position battles of the 2015 offseason
By Brett Gering
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No. 2 wide receiver: Albert Wilson vs. Chris Conley
Chris Conley needs to gain clean releases versus press coverage more consistently. However, his frame affords him a greater margin of error than that of Albert Wilson.
Due to experience, the second-year wideout is the favorite to win the second starting job, though, and his size is far less of a factor against zone-heavy secondaries.
Conley has all the makings of a starting a No. 2 receiver, but his playing time is bound to fluctuate throughout his rookie season.