Camp Battles: Will Engram or Bradley emerge as Chiefs' WR2?
No NFL passing offense underwent as big of a transformation this offseason as Kansas City's, which added a new quarterback, new system, and said goodbye to last year's leading receiver, tight end
But with change comes opportunity, and Chiefs camp is one place fantasy owners have been scavenging this summer in search of prospects ready to rise to the challenge.
With Gonzalez gone to Atlanta, it leaves
The player who rides shotgun next to Bowe can offer fantasy owners value as a solid No. 4 wide receiver in most leagues. But in the eyes of fantasy owners it'll be one of the tightest camp battles going on this summer. Just how tight? According to the latest Average RapidDraft Position data, fantasy owners have selected Bradley at pick No. 135 overall on average; Engram comes in close behind at 137.
The 27-year-old Darling has caught just 37 catches during his career, including 17 for Kansas City last season. But seven of those grabs came in the final three weeks of the regular season, including a 33-yard score against Miami in Week 16 -- Darling's only touchdown of the season. It suggests Darling may just be finding himself as an NFL receiver, and that he's ready for a workload increase. Kansas City is also not done shopping the market for help. This week the team worked out several veterans, including former New York Giants wideout
In dynasty leagues Engram doesn't even belong in the discussion, but there is good reason to think he can produce at least one more productive season. The only knock on Engram is age, and if fantasy owners can buy