Chiefs roster preview: Men who may be on bubble

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(WR) Junior Hemingway

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Hemingway is another formerly beloved player the Chiefs’ coaching staff was high on not so long ago. Unfortunately for him, since 2013, he’s done little to honor their good faith. He’s been more productive than Hammond over that two-year stretch, but only enough to warrant another trip to the Missouri Western State University campus. His calling card has been special teams play since he joined the Chiefs three years ago.

Hemingway’s best suited for playing on the outside. He’ll figure into the competition for the No. 2 job, but he’s more of a possession receiver than all of the other candidates (save Jason Avant). He took a step back in 2014 after showing some promise in the last five games of the 2013 season. Despite those flashes, he didn’t mature quite as well as the coaching staff had hoped. If the same is true for Wilson in 2015, Hemingway could have another shot to extend his shelf life at One Arrowhead Drive.

Camp is still a month away and all of this essentially works out to pure speculation on my part. A single injury changes the entire dynamic at both positions. Preseason games may be more valuable to the evaluation process at wide receiver and cornerback than any offseason in recent memory. The good news is that each of these players will have ample opportunity to claim a spot on the 2015 roster.

Which players do you think need a quality camp to make the team? Of the three players cited above, who should be the most concerned about their tenure in Kansas City? Use the comment section below to weigh in on the subject. As always, we appreciate your readership and support.

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