Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs’ offense will include ‘everybody.’

KANSAS City, Mo. After a few days of offseason practice, sessions in which he fed the ball to many receivers were concluded. Patrick Mahomes He was confident in anticipating a different type offense for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Mahomes stated Thursday that this is what you will see with the offense this year. It'll be everyone. It's not going to all be one guy. Naturally (Travis Kelce“() will still get a lot more completions, yards, but the entire receiving room is going have big days, and that can be used to our advantage.

It's a deep receiving room. We have so many talented receivers that it is hard to know which men will make it. This is what you want. You want competition. You want to see guys compete every day in order to be on the roster. They're going to help you at the end.

Mahomes was sent to Kelce or a wide receiver Tyreek Hill For 45% of his completions as well as 50% of his yards, touchdowns, and yards in his four years of service as a starter. The Chiefs changed their receiving unit this year and traded Hill to the Miami DolphinsYou can sign up as a free agent JuJu Smith-Schuster And Marquez Valdes-Scantling, drafting Skyy Moore In the second round, signing Justyn Ross As an undrafted agent.

Mahomes brought many of his teammates from the receiving team to Texas for training and throwing sessions. The four-week work was attended by most Chiefs receivers.

Mahomes explained, “I believe we had some chemistry… working out, throwing with them. We'd go lunch, then we'd have dinner. “You sort of build chemistry.

“I believe it has been translated. “I think it's translated. We feel that we are on the same page so far.

Ross was not drafted after he missed one season at Clemson due to a congenital back condition. Mahomes noticed Ross at practice this week and was particularly impressed by the Chiefs' one handed grab they posted to Twitter.

Ross was told by Mahomes, “You see the talent.” “People saw the catch through Twitter. He just catches it out of the air. He grabs it. There are no drops. It's now about him learning how to play the NFL offense.

“I can only imagine how great he will be because of his talent, the more reps he receives.”


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