3 Chiefs Who Aren't Safe After First Week of Free Agency

Kadarius Toney had just 169 receiving yards for the Chiefs in 2023
Kadarius Toney had just 169 receiving yards for the Chiefs in 2023 / Eric Canha-USA TODAY Sports
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3. Skyy Moore - WR

Skyy Moore is in a better spot than Toney is, but he's still in danger of losing snaps and pass-catching opportunities. Even before suffering an injury that put him on the Injured Reserve list, his playing time was dwindling and you could see the Chiefs' trust in him eroding.

In 14 games, Moore caught 21 of 38 passes for 244 yards and one TD. That followed up a disappointing rookie season in which he caught 22 passes for 250 yards and no scores. Of course, Moore caught a TD pass in the Super Bowl win over the Eagles, though his struggles as a second-round pick look even worse after Rashee Rice's immediate success.

He's shown flashes of strong route running and was considered an excellent separator coming out of college. Perhaps Moore just needs to deveop a bit, though the Chiefs can't afford to be patient if they're trying to win another Super Bowl.

In a loaded receiver class and Brown in the fold alongside Rice, Moore likely no longer factors into the Chiefs' long-term plans.

He could change that sentiment with a great season and I'm rooting for him, but Moore probably enters the year as the fourth receiver on the depth chart.

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