4 Underrated Free Agent Wide Receivers Who Could Be Stars in Kansas City

As the NFL offseason continues, the Chiefs still must address the WR room. The good news is that there are still a handful of free-agent WRs who can help Kansas City find success.

Curtis Samuel is one underrated free-agent WR who could be a star in Kansas City.
Curtis Samuel is one underrated free-agent WR who could be a star in Kansas City. / Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
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3. WR Parris Campbell

The 2022 campaign was a career year for Parris Campbell. The oft-injured wideout had his best campaign to date with the Indianapolis Colts, hauling in 63 of his 91 targets for 623 yards and a trio of TD catches. He then tested free agency the following offseason, opting to sign a one-year deal with the New York Giants.

Unfortunately, Campbell's 2023 performance was quite underwhelming. The former 2019 second-rounder couldn't get much going in the Giants' anemic attack, finishing with 102 receiving yards without a touchdown on 20 catches. The lack of production wasn't all his fault, though, as the Giants used him only 27% of offensive snaps after playing 85% with the Colts in the previous year.

It also didn't help that the Giants had one of the worst offenses in the NFL, which isn't a problem in Kansas City. Mahomes knows how to get the ball to his weapons and if Campbell has another healthy year, I could see him finishing with anywhere from 600 to 800 yards.

Like Brown, Campbell is also 26 years old and should be in his physical prime. He's always had a ton of potential, leaving time to tell if he can realize that in Kansas City.