Kansas City Chiefs will not ask rookie WR Skyy Moon to replace Tyreek Hills – Kansas City Chiefs Blog

KANSAS City, Mo. Need to rebuild their receiving area after trading Tyreek HillTo the Miami DolphinsThe Kansas City ChiefsThere were options available to them when they reached the second stage of the NFL Draft. They could have taken, as an example. Velus Jones JrHill was impressed by.'s 4.31 second 40-yard sprint at the scouting group.

They instead went for Skyy MooreWestern Michigan. He is smaller than Hill, at 5'10 and 195 lbs. The Chiefs still expect Moore, who ran a 4.41-40 at the scouting Combine, to have an impact upon their passing game.

Brett Veach, Chiefs general manger, stated that Skyy was unique. He is smaller but plays big. He has longer arms. He started his career as a running back and then switched to wideout. It was quite funny to watch his tape, as it seemed that we watched for hours before we finally saw him drop a pass.

“We have MVS guys [Marquez Valdes‐Scantling]That has some speed and size. Mecole [Hardman]Speed is important JuJu [Smith‐Schuster]This is a big deal. We feel that we have a great combination. Now we want to add the best player. Certainly, Skyy is one of those guys.”

After losing Hill, the Chiefs lost not only Hill but also their team. Byron PringleAnd Demarcus RobinsonTheir top four wide receivers from last season have many pieces to work together. Hardman is back, but Smith-Schuster, Smith-Schuster, and Valdes-Scantling are all new.

Moore is still not sure where he fits in.

He said, “I feel like I can trust the reception room I'm entering to has everything.” “I feel that I am versatile and just another playmaker.

Moore was not present at the Chiefs' minicamp for rookies, so they didn't see him on the practice field. Moore was suffering from a tight hamstring.

Andy Reid, coach of the rookie camp, said that he was interested to see how he did. “I didn't get much time to look here. The things [Western Michigan]He was very skilled at all of them, no matter if it was the intermediate or long game. He could do anything.

“I look forward seeing him play.”

The Chiefs don't know what Moore will do. They are certain that he will play a major role.

Assistant general manager Mike Borgonzi stated that “He's not a big guy but he's fearless across the middle.” He is a small guy but he can really get the ball. We are happy to have him in this offense with Coach Reid.

Skyy is reliable. He will run the correct routes and catch the ball. Skyy's unique skill was his ability to catch the football, regardless of whether it was being contested or not.

Moore was among the Chiefs' rookies who were shagging kicks just before rookie camp began. It suggests they are considering Moore for that position. Moore didn't return kicks regularly at Western Michigan.

Veach stated, “The child's hands were amazing.” “His ball skills and awe inspiring. It is obvious that this would translate into returning.

“I have always believed that the most skilled corners or receivers can go back and catch kicks. … I think that his skill set should easily translate into that. However, it's impossible to know until you actually do it in a real game. He'll definitely get a chance to see that, I believe.”

Hill began his career as a kickoff returner and punt returner for the Chiefs. He was successful in scoring five touchdowns there in his first three seasons. After that, he left those roles to go to other positions. Moore and Hill may share the same dynamic kick returner.

Moore, who catches 95 passes for 1,292 yards last season and 10 touchdowns, will see another.

He stated, “I try to make games.”[Hill was]A playmaker — I want the same.”

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