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Would Marty Booker Be A Good Fit for KC?

According to Red Zone, Marty Booker has been released by the Chicago Bears.

The Chicago Bears released veteran wide receiver Marty Booker, who was one of Todd Haley's prized pupils a few years ago.

Obviously Booker has ties to our head coach but he will be 32 by the start of next season. He has had some success in his career, being named to a Pro Bowl, but he has missed a lot of time in the last few seasons with injuries.  If he was picked up, his role could be similar to what Eddie Kennison was with his last few seasons in KC when he acted more of a coach to the younger receivers. However, I have a hard time believing that Booker has any more productive seasons left in him.

What do you think? Would Marty Booker be a good fit for KC?

 

Marty Booker's career receiving stats: via ESPN

Receiving Stats
YEAR TEAM G REC YDS AVG LNG TD FD FUM LOST
1999 CHI 9 19 219 11.5 57 3 9 0 0
2000 CHI 15 47 490 10.4 41 2 28 2 1
2001 CHI 16 100 1071 10.7 66 8 56 2 1
2002 CHI 16 97 1189 12.3 54 6 54 0 0
2003 CHI 13 52 715 13.8 61 4 31 0 0
2004 MIA 15 50 638 12.8 45 1 30 0 0
2005 MIA 15 39 686 17.6 60 3 30 0 0
2006 MIA 14 55 747 13.6 52 6 36 0 0
2007 MIA 15 50 556 11.1 26 1 28 0 0
2008 CHI 13 14 211 15.1 51 2 9 0 0
Career 141 523 6522 12.5 66 36 311 4 2


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