The Kansas City Chiefs already added one playmaker during free agency, signing Marquise “Hollywood” Brown to bolster Patrick Mahomes’ receiving corps, but might not be done adding to one of the weakest links on a championship roster.

Last season, Mahomes‘ supporting cast was plagued by drops, with Chiefs receivers dropping a league-high 41 passes.

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“The Chiefs aren’t waiting around for a speedster like Worthy to stretch the field,” Reuter writes for “In fact, I won’t be surprised if they move into the top half of the draft for him. Yes, Kansas City just signed Marquise Brown, but a) it’s a one-year deal and b) the Chiefs could use multiple upgrades to the receiving corps. The Rams have historically traded down, so they could be a willing trade partner, getting K.C.’s first- and second-round selections in return.”

Worthy, in a lot of ways, fits the profile of the type of weapon who can be prolific catching passes from Mahomes.
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At the NFL Combine, Worthy ran a blistering 4.21-second 40-yard dash after 75 passes for 1,014 yards and five touchdowns during his junior season in Austin. It’s easy to see that alongside emerging star Rashee Rice, Brown, and All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce that Worthy is capable of elevating Kansas City’s vertical passing game.