The Kansas City Chiefs pursued a complete makeover in the wide receiver room, adding nine new individuals in the 2022 calendar year. The likes of Byron Pringle, Demarcus Robinson and Tyreek Hill, and are no longer in Kansas City, which required a free agency hunt.

Along came Justin Watson, a fifth-year reserve/futures wide receiver with 258 yards to his name. Once Watson entered into the wild world of free agency, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach reached out to his agent looking to incorporate Watson into special teams.


Calvin Silvers can be reached at calvin.silvers@newspressnow.com.

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