5 Chiefs on the Bubble After OTAs and Minicamp

Now that the Chiefs' OTAs and mandatory minicamp have finished, these five Kansas City players have found themselves on the 2024 roster bubble.
Which Chiefs are currently on the roster bubble?
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The Kansas City Chiefs ended their mandatory minicamp on Thursday, marking the end of their offseason activities before training camp begins next month. The defending Super Bowl Champions are expected to be competitive again next season, meaning Andy Reid & Co. must enter the 2024 NFL campaign with the best roster possible.

As with any year, organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamps are crucial to evaluating talent before training camp. While certain Chiefs have stood out for all the right reasons during the first portion of offseason works, others left much to be desired and could be at risk of losing their potential roster spot.

With that in mind, let's take a look at five Chiefs who are on the roster bubble following OTAs and minicamp.

1. Skyy Moore, WR

There was plenty of hype surrounding Skyy Moore folliwng the 2022 NFL Draft. The former 54th-overall selection had just recored nearly 1,300 receiving yards with nine touchdowns in his final year at Western Michigan, looking as if he was ready to do some damage at the next level.

Instead, Moore has been invisible more often than not during his early NFL career. Through 30 games across two seasons, the ex-Bronco has only hauled in 43-of-71 targets (60.6%) for 494 yards and one touchdown. That's without mentioning how he's carried a passer rating when targeted of 51.3 or worse in each season, showing how unreliable of a weapon he's been.

Although he has two years remaining on his rookie deal, Moore's future in Kansas City isn't guaranteed. His spot on the depth chart has become less clear after the Chiefs signed Marquise Brown before spending a first-round pick on Xavier Worthy at the draft. Throw in the fact that Kadarius Toney, Mecole Hardman, Justin Watson, and Nikko Remigio are around and it's easy to see why Moore could be in trouble.

With the Chiefs' WR room looking much better than one year ago, Bleacher Report's Gary Davenport speculates that the team could trade Moore this offseason. A deal would give Kansas City about $1.2 million to play with, which could be used to improve other areas on the roster.

Considering how there hasn't been much praise for Moore in the first half of the offseason, it's clear that he needs to have a strong training camp if he wants to stick around.