If the Chiefs want to get another wide receiver, they will have no problem doing it in the first round this year. Kansas City spent major money on Jeremy Maclin last offseason for five years and $55 million. With that in mind, Dorsey might not be willing to burn a top draft pick on a receiver.
Maclin was nothing short of terrific in his first year, going for almost 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns. However, there are no other receivers on the roster that are worthy of a defense being concerned about. Albert Wilson and Chris Conley are young and developing, but it remains to be seen if those guys can get the job done. With the Chiefs trying to win a Super Bowl now, waiting ont those two might not be the best idea.
Should Dorsey decide to pull the trigger on a receiver, there are ample options. Josh Doctson is a nice player, along with the talented Corey Coleman. Both are guys who can separate with top-end speed. Also, keep an eye on Laquan Treadwell of Ole Miss. If he falls down the board and becomes available, he could be a star. Frankly, he reminds some of Maclin.
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