4 wide receivers the Chiefs could add to be even more unstoppable in 2024

Even as defending champs, the Chiefs have an obvious problem at wide receiver.

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2. Mike Evans, Free Agent

The dream free agent signing for this Chiefs team has to be Mike Evans. We're talking about a 30-year-old receiver who still looks like he's 25 and not slowing down anytime soon. The longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout just played his 10th season in NFL and wrapped up his 10th season with over 1,000 receiving yards.

There aren't many more consistent, dependable wide receivers in the league.

Evans would give Mahomes the alpha target he needs on the outside. Most fans know just how good Evans is. He's a 6-foot-5 monster of a receiver whose catch radius has few limits. He is one of those guys who can go up and get a 50/50 ball with ease and is also a natural when it comes to the red zone, back shoulder fades.

Evans' time with Tampa Bay may be coming to an end, too, after he asked the team for a new deal prior to last season and one never came. He's had some impressive years as a pro, but in Kansas City, we might see his best yet.