Washington Commanders Sign Young Wide Receiver

At this point in time, the NFL is stacked with more talent at the wide receiver position than potentially anytime throughout the history of the league, and with so many teams out there looking to help out their Quarterback, expect plenty of movement all off-season long.

While it may not be the biggest move, the Washington Commanders have now officially signed Super Bowl winning receiver Marcus Kemp from the Kansas City Chiefs, and he may play more of a role on special teams for them this year, but in limited opportunities, he's shown flashes of great potential.

Kemp went un-drafted back in 2017, and has been a solid player on several teams over that time, and while he's only hauled in 4 catches for 42 yards, his special teams play makes him an asset, and with a solid receiving core already, he's a cheap addition for a promising young Commanders offence.

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