Two Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receivers To Have Larger Roles Next Season

The Kansas City Chiefs are planning to give Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore bigger roles in the upcoming season, according to coach Andy Reid.

With JuJu Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman hitting free agency, the team may need to make some tough decisions, but it's likely that Toney and Moore will be key players in the offense.

While Moore had a relatively quiet regular season, finishing with 22 receptions and 250 receiving yards, he did come up big in the playoffs, with at least one reception in each of his three appearances and a touchdown in the Super Bowl.
Toney finished his debut with the Chiefs with 14 receptions, 171 yards and two touchdowns on 17 targets over seven games, while also rushing five times for 59 yards and a score. Not to mention, he also set up the game-winning touchdown in the Super Bowl with his remarkable punt return.
With the potential departure of Hardman and the uncertain future of Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Jerick McKinnon, the Chiefs may look to utilize both Toney and Moore in the screen game. All in all, it looks like the Chiefs are putting their trust in their young receivers and are excited to see what they can do in the upcoming season. Photo Credit:  Patrick Breen/The Republic / USA TODAY NETWORK