On Wednesday, the Kansas City Chiefs and wide receiver Tyreek Hill decided they would be unable to reach an agreement on a long-term contract extension, which led to a lot of drama. In the end, the Chiefs decided to give Hill and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, permission to seek a trade.
That news broke and brought out a lot of mixed emotions to the hearts of Chiefs fans. However, we can’t say the Chiefs didn’t receive a great return for Hill.
In exchange for Hill’s services, the Chiefs received five picks from the Dolphins. Three of those come this year and two more late-rounders will be available next year. But the question then arises: How will the Chiefs bounce back from losing a player as talented as Hill? After all, the Chiefs were in a tough spot before losing him.
The Kansas City Chiefs just traded away star receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. How can they replace him? Read this mock draft to find out.
The Denver Broncos traded for superstar quarterback Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks, which makes the Broncos one of the more feared teams not just in the AFC but in all of football. For the last couple of years, the thing that has held the Broncos back was the lack of a decent quarterback.
Next, the Los Angeles Chargers traded for a superstar pass rusher Khalil Mack from the Chicago Bears. Furthermore, they re-signed wide receiver Mike Williams and signed cornerback J.C. Jackson. So they aren’t losing anybody they don’t want to, and they are already one of the biggest competitors for the Chiefs. It doesn’t appear as they plan on just stopping there either. The Chargers still have plenty of cap space to give their team a boost in whatever way they see fit.
Then you look at the Las Vegas Raiders who just traded for superstar receiver Davante Adams and they also signed Chandler Jones. Clearly, they are going to give the Chiefs a hard time.
The Kansas City Chiefs are going to have to draft incredibly well, but Veach has mixed results looking back at previous draft classes. But let’s take a look at what Veach should do with his new picks.