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Seriously, perimeter players.

Are the Chiefs going to make an aggressive move for WR?  I think they've left themselves the mobility to be decisive on this key position.  Engram was a solid team-building move, as much for his experience and the need to develop younger players behind him, as for his ability to come in off the bench and make a tough chain-moving catch in key situations.  But Engram in the slot in 3-plus WR sets leaves the 2nd WR question open, at least to me.

I hear a lot about Bradley, but even his fans finish their tirades with "... if he can stay healthy."

Do we want Boldin?  Do we want Plax?  Do we want Edwards? 

I don't think we missed-out by not taking Crabtree.  I wanted to see pretty much what I saw Pioli do (and say) in the draft, giving him the benefit of the doubt on trade-down possibilities.  I'll even give him the push on taking Jackson at #3, if the D starts dominating.  I wouldn't've taken him THERE, with the info. _I_ had available.

But a team that really expects to WIN right away had better have something up its sleeve at wideout, beyond what I can see, right now.

If the Chiefs DO make a move at WR, it's likely to catch most of us off-guard.  I don't expect a lot of hooplah building up to a big signing.  But I would not be at all surprised to hear of a deal.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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