Jeremy Maclin was signed to anchor the group, and the Chiefs lavished a third-round pick on Chris Conley, a rangy speedster out of Georgia who could become their No. 2 wide receiver.
The rest of the position group is a crapshoot. Albert Wilson is quick but undersized, Jason Avant is 32-years old and on the downward side of his career, and Da'Rick Rogers, Armon Binns and Kenny Cook are among those fighting for a roster spot who have yet to accomplish much.
Maclin and TE Travis Kelce are the only dependable options in the Kansas City pass offense at this point. The team is hoping that QB Alex Smith can be more aggressive by pushing the ball downfield.