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When the Las Vegas Raiders released wide receiver John Brown, the Chiefs would do well to try to sign him.
As teams need to keep trimming things down to get to 53 players, we see plenty of movement across the NFL. Over in Las Vegas, the wide receiver John Brown asked for release from the AFC West side as he wants to keep playing elsewhere. Can he end up staying in the division?
For the Kansas City Chiefs, it’s hard to imagine the offense getting better. That said, Brown is a speedster and he could really open the field even more for Patrick Mahomes. Reaching out and seeing how much it would cost for a one-year deal would be a wise step.
Chiefs may end up making a move for John Brown
After spending the last two seasons with the Bills, Brown landed with the Raiders, hoping to make an impact on catching balls from Derek Carr. Now the marriage is already over. Remember, Brown has recorded 1,000 yards of seasons twice in his career.
He did so in 2015 with the Cardinals and then again in 2019 with Buffalo. Last campaign, however, he recorded only 33 receptions for 458 yards in nine games. With his speed, he could really do some special things in the real offense.
Why not Kansas City? If Brown is cheap enough, Brett Veach could sign him to a one-year deal and let him prove his worth during 2021. Who better to throw deep balls at him than Patrick Mahomes? Probably none.
When the Chiefs looked like serious threats of winning the Super Bowl, the addition of a clever veteran like Brown would make them even stronger. Stay tuned to see if the Chiefs really make a move or if Brown lands elsewhere.