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For all the star power of the Kansas City Chiefs, it also means there are serious shadows cast upon parts of the roster. Patrick Mahomes needs a center ring all his own, but other positions are also as forgettable after the main star. Think of any Chiefs tight end after Travis Kelce and you’re likely talking to a passionate fan.
Even the most fervent members of Chiefs Kingdom can lose sight of some players, however, when the offseason roster is as big as it is at 90 total slots. Fringe roster players are here and gone in a matter of days at times, and it can be difficult to track who is still around and who has been let go.
In order to refresh our memories, we thought we’d offer up a list of players we think you’ve likely forgotten are still around and ready to compete at training camp.
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Chad Williams, WR
If you’re fast, you’re bound to get noticed, but perhaps it’s because the Chiefs have so much speed in abundance that Chad Williams’ presence on the roster has escaped so many of us.
Of all our “forgotten” players on this list, William is the most experienced and accomplished at the pro level—that’s not saying much. He comes to the Chiefs with a profile of being both fast and physically, which is why he was one of the first 100 players selected in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Williams began his career with the Arizona Cardinals as a former third round pick. That selection was largely predicated on a big swing-and-miss (so far) as a speedy, small school talent from Grambling State. Williams hit 4.37 seconds in the 40-yard dash and put up 21 reps in the bench press. Given that he stands 6’2″, there was a lot to like about Williams on paper.
Unfortunately for Williams, he lasted only a total of two years and 16 games in the desert before being cut shortly before the 2019 campaign began. From there, the Indianapolis Colts gave him a try but he lasted only a year there. For all of his opportunities, Williams has a total of 20 catches for 202 receiving yards to his name.
Here’s the good news for Williams: The Chiefs know what they have in him. Williams has been around K.C. for nearly a year now after signing to the team’s practice squad last September. He’s been waived and re-signed in that span, but general manager Brett Veach has Williams in the mix for a reason. The size and speed are there and perhaps he’s needed a bit more time to acclimate to the pro level after playing at college’s lower levels.