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The offseason moves made by the Kansas City Chiefs front office have focused primarily on solidifying the offensive line. During the flurry of moves, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach decided not immediately add to his wide receiver room in free agency following the departure of veteran WR Sammy Watkins.
This decision has opened up an opportunity for current receivers on the roster to move up the depth chart. Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy addressed the competition at wide receiver during Thursday’s press conference with reporters, Authentic Mecole Hardman Jersey, naming three players that he expects to step up in Watkins’ absence.
“Mecole (Hardman), (Byron) Pringle, D-Rob (Demarcus Robinson), they all have had an opportunity to do it for us throughout their entire careers here,” said Bieniemy. “So we’re counting on those guys to step up. And when it’s all said and done with, we coach our guys, each and every one of them, to be the starter.”
The mentality of the Chiefs’ coaching staff is to coach each and every player as if they were the starter. That way, when opportunity comes knocking, they’re prepared to meet the challenge. These OTA practices are just the beginning steps toward preparing both veterans and newcomers.
“These guys will be mentally as well as physically, prepared to step up in any role that we foresee them to be in, so I’m excited about it,” said Bieniemy. “The best thing about this time of the year is being out there and watching these guys compete, Royal Mecole Hardman Jersey, but also to watching them build the chemistry together and watching them work and grow and get better together. So, that’s the fun part of it.”
Bieniemy and the rest of the Chiefs’ coaching staff got a preview of what this wide receiver depth could accomplish last season when Watkins missed multipe games. Hardman, who is entering his third season, has been among Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic,
the standout players in early OTA practices. He has already earned Pro Bowl honors as a special teams player and as a former second-round draft pick, expectations are high entering Year 3.