8 Chiefs Whose Stock is Rising After OTAs

The Kansas City Chiefs entered their final stretch of voluntary OTAs on Tuesday. Here's a look at eight players whose stock is on the rise after a solid offseason showing thus far.
WR Marquise Brown is one Chief whose stock is on the rise.
WR Marquise Brown is one Chief whose stock is on the rise. / Rob Schumacher/The Republic / USA TODAY
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2. Nikko Remigio, WR

Brown isn't the only Kansas City wideout who's been garnering attention for all the right reasons this offseason. Former California/Fresno State pass-catcher Nikko Remigio has also increased his stock with a solid OTA showing.

After racking up nearly 1,800 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns across five collegiate seasons, Remigio joined the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent following the 2023 NFL Draft. The Orange, CA native immediately impressed coaches and his peers throughout training camp and showed a glimpse of his potential by racking up 71 yards on four receptions in his lone preseason appearance.

Unfortunately, Remigio never got to prove himself during the regular season. He was added to the practice squad following the preseason but spent the entire 2023 campaign on the injured reserve due to a combination of wrist and shoulder injuries.

But while some players would let a de-railed rookie season get the better of them, that isn't the case with Remigio. The 24-year-old wideout has quickly become a fan favorite due to his OTA performance both on and off the field, leading to OC Nagy labeling him as an "absolute true professional." That's the sort of quality that can make a difference when it comes to cutting down the roster.

Remigio will see plenty of competition to crack the 53-man group, but it's clear that he's firmly in the mix. If he can remain healthy and successfully follow up on his previous preseason performance, there's a decent chance that he'll have a role once the regular season begins.