4 Biggest Winners From Chiefs Offseason Workouts

After the Chiefs wrapped up their mandatory minicamp on Thursday, let's look at the four biggest winners from Kansas City's offseason workouts.
A look at the biggest winners from the Chiefs' workouts.
A look at the biggest winners from the Chiefs' workouts. / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
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Kansas City Chiefs fans are nearing meaningful football as the NFL offseason chugs along. The Chiefs wrapped up their mandatory minicamp on Thursday, meaning the next stop on the Offseason Express is none other than training camp, which opens next month.

While the majority of the Chiefs' 2024 roster is practically guaranteed, there are still spots up for grabs. Veteran and rookie players alike have been using this year's OTAs and minicamps to prove why they deserve to be in head coach Andy Reid's plans going forward, leaving time to tell who'll still be in the 53-man mix come August.

With that in mind, let's take a look at the four biggest Chiefs winners from the team's offseason workouts.

1. Marquise Brown, WR

Last week, I wrote about how free-agent acquisition Marquise Brown's stock was on the rise following a strong OTA showing. The veteran wide receiver, who signed a one-year deal with the Chiefs back in March, demonstrated immediate chemistry with quarterback Patrick Mahomes, leaving Kansas City fans feeling hopeful about the upcoming campaign.

Of course, those were just OTAs and the fanbase wanted to see what Brown could do once the competition ramped up. Fortunately, he still looking like one of the best NFL offseason additions.

On Wednesday, Chiefs insider Pete Sweeney declared that Brown was the best offensive player on Day 2 of minicamp. According to Sweeney, the 27-year-old player looked like he had been playing with Mahomes "for a while" as the duo connected on two touchdowns ‚ including a beautiful over-the-shoulder grab.

Chiefs fans must be stoked seeing the chemistry that Brown and Mahomes share before even playing a regular-season snap together. Making those plays won't be as easy once the campaign begins, but the fact that they don't look like strangers is a positive things for Kansas City.

Hopefully, the dynamic duo can keep things rolling into training camp.