KANSAS CITY The Chiefs have seen a lot of change this off-season, which may have caused some fans to get worried.

If you were living under a rock the last few months, here is everything major that happened to the Chiefs.

The Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. They signed JuJu Smith-Schuster, former Tik-Tok superstar, to a one-year deal. The Chiefs then signed Marquez Valdes-Scantling, former Green Bay Packer, to a three-year deal. They also lost Demarcus Robinson, who is now on the Las Vegas Raiders.

None of that mentions the loss of Tyrann Mathieu, either.

All that to say, there has been more change this off-season than in recent years. However, fans should not worry at all about the receiver group. 

Chiefs’ players excited about receiver group

Head Coach Andy Reid was one of the first to talk to the media on Thursday. When he was asked about the receiver group and the new faces, Reid could tell Patrick Mahomes and company had been putting in work in Texas.

“There’s way better execution than you’d think for a whole bunch of new guys together,” Reid told reporters.

Coach Reid usually is not one to give too high of praise to anything football-related this early. So for him to say that, means we can probably trust what they have going on.

Justin Reid, the Chiefs new safety, thinks the receiving group will only make the defense better. In other words, the offense is looking great.

“When we get to play against [our offense] every day, iron sharpens iron. It makes the whole team better, Reid said Thursday.

The Chiefs defense also has some new faces on it and is projected to be much improved from last season. If that’s true, and the receivers are getting good work in against a good defense, it is only further evidence that the team is in good shape in that area.

Finally, one of the most important players dealing with the receiving group said some very promising words.

“What you’re going to see with this offense is it’s going to be everybody. The whole receiving room will [each] have big days, and that’s something that we can use to our advantage…. Defenses won’t know [where the ball is going],” said Mahomes.

Mahomes also believes the offense may be way more balanced this year because of the different weapons they have. The Chiefs should continue to keep defenses on their toes.

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