KC Chiefs: Free Agent Tight Ends On The Market

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Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller (86) – Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Zach Miller could be just what the Kansas City Chiefs need when it comes to adding a second tight end. Miller got his start with the Oakland Raiders, as they took him in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft. While he hasn’t lived up to his second round potential, Miller has made it to one Pro Bowl and had a monster season with the Seattle Seahawks just two seasons ago.

During his four-year stint with the Raiders, Miller racked up over 2,700 yards and had 12 touchdowns. His lone Pro Bowl season came in 2010, which was his last with Oakland.

Miller then moved on to Seattle, where he also played for four years. He recorded over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns. 2014 was a disappointing year for Miller, as he missed a good portion of the season due to injury. He was later released by the Seahawks early in the off season, according to Chris Wesseling of NFL.com.

While I doubt the KC Chiefs would make a move for Zach Miller, I certainly wouldn’t mind if they did. Him and Travis Kelce on the field together could be a nightmare match-up for opposing secondaries.

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