3 Chiefs on the Trade Block After the NFL Draft

Could these 3 Chiefs be on the trade block filling the draft?
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2. Kadarius Toney, WR

This one might be hard to pull off since Kadarius Toney has done all he can to make himself an unattractive option for other teams.

He’s lightning-fast fast which is why the New York Giants took a shot on him in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He still didn’t have a lot of experience as a receiver during his time at Florida and wore out his welcome during his second year with the Giants.

Kansas City needed help at wideout so they were willing to give up a third and a sixth for Toney in hopes that he can make good on his potential. Through 20 games with the team, he’s been a disappointment with just 41 receptions for 340 yards and three touchdowns. Despite the low numbers and continued drops, Toney insists he’s a top-tier wideout.

As of now, that’s not the case. However, he’s still wildly athletic and had some strong moments during the 2022 Super Bowl run. Two teams have talked themselves into Toney and if he were available, there would surely be more who were willing to gamble on his speed — even if only to find a return man.

The Chiefs have struggled to find receiver help but after drafting Xavier Worthy and signing Marquise Brown to a free-agency deal, they have a vastly improved group this season. That’s why they can afford to shop Toney even with the threat of a suspension looming over Rashee Rice .