We still have time to nab a WR
The Chiefs are still in need of a deep threat at WR and while some of them may not look spectacular we could find that hidden gem.
First of we have Damian Williams 25 Height: 6 ft 1 in Weight: 193 lb
In the 2010 NFL Draft, Williams was selected with the 77th pick by the Tennessee Titans. On 30 July 2010 Williams signed a 4 year, $2.61 million deal. Damian Williams made his first career start against the Cleveland Browns on October 2, 2011, after the injury to Kenny Britt, who went down on September 25, 2011, tearing his ACL and MCL. Damian made his first career NFL touchdown catch against the Cleveland Browns on October 2, 2011 from a pass thrown by Matt Hasselbeck. While he hasn't really had any impressive numbers he's a virtual unknown not much has been done with him. He had an impressive college career but due to injury he hasn't had much of a chance to perform in the NFL it may be a risk but at this point we could use the help. Receptions 105 Receiving Yards 1,281 Receiving TDs 5 as of Week 6 2013
Next up we have Earl Bennett 26 Height: 6 ft 0 in Weight: 206 lb
He set the Southeastern Conference record for career receptions with 236. He has totaled more receptions than any other Southeastern Conference receiver after two years. He set the school record with 223 receiving yards against the Richmond Spiders in the Commodores' 2007 opening season win. He is the first ever SEC receiver to record 75 receptions in three different seasons. The Chicago Bears chose Bennett in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He didn't catch a single pass his entire rookie year and was mostly on the sidelines. 2009 season Earl Bennett finished with 717 yards on 54 catches with two receiving touchdowns and a punt return touchdown as well. So Far his Best season he has had some trouble with fines in the past. He's had some great plays and would be worth a shot at the WR position
Receptions 161 Receiving Yards 2,114 Touchdowns 10 as of Week 6 2013
Next up is Austin Collie 28 Height: 6 ft 0 in Weight: 204 lb
In 2004, Collie was named MWC Freshman of the Year. He was also named the MVP of the 2007 Las Vegas Bowl and all–MWC first–team receiver in 2008. Additionally, Collie was also one of the highest rated wide receivers in College Football during his junior season in which he was selected to the college football All–American team. In the 2009 NFL Draft The Indianapolis Colts drafted him in the fourth round. He impressed the Colts with his play and was placed third in the depth chart He's continued to improve and has shown that he can play although he has had some problems with injury such as concussions and he ruptured a patellar tendon is his right knee his numbers speak for themselves. This could add some great depth. Receptions 179 Receiving yards 1,908 Receiving average 10.7 Receiving TDs 16. As of week 6 2013
Now these are my top 3 and I have more to go on but I'm running out of time so To finish up I have links for the others to be considered so folks I hope you won't be too harsh but these guys may be our hidden gem at WR in the FA. GO CHIEFS!!!!