4 former Chiefs starters who might be done in the NFL

Cue Boyz II Men's "End of the Road"
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1. Jerick McKinnon

A key moment in Super Bowl LVII was when Jerick McKinnon went down right outside the end zone to allow more time to run off the clock. It'd have been easy for him to have run the touchdown in and had that memory of scoring a touchdown in the Super Bowl forever but he did the right thing in helping waste time so his team could go on to win.

As much as Chiefs fans love McKinnon, however, the sad truth is that he's probably done in the NFL. Isiah Pacheco and Clyde Edwards-Helaire will serve as the one-two punch in 2024 and then there are a slew of young options to battle it out for the remaining spot(s).

McKinnon battled injuries in 2023 and only ended up rushing for 60 yards. He just turned 32 years old, which is ancient for a running back in the NFL so that paired with the recent injuries will probably scare teams away.

That being said, he's a great teammate and clearly knows what to do in critical situations so a team might take a flier on him if they need some running back depth.