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Kansas City Chiefs Depth Chart

Kansas City Chiefs Depth Chart

AFC West
Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium
Head Coach
Andy Reid
Offensive Coordinator
Eric Bienemy
Defensive Coordinator
Steve Spagnuolo
Special Teams Coach
Dave Toub
Defensive Scheme
3-4
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Damien Williams Takes Snaps Versus Steelers

Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams got involved in the first-team offense during their second preseason game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. Williams saw five snaps in the contest, but it's still early in camp, so fantasy owners shouldn't be alarmed. Williams was dealing with hamstring issues a few weeks ago, so the Chiefs might be cautious with his snap count. Regardless of his involvement in the preseason, Williams is going to be the lead back in Kansas City to open the season.

3 hours ago
Darrel Williams Sees Little Action Against Steelers

Kansas City Chiefs running back Darrel Williams saw plenty of usage in their preseason opener, but was kept quiet during the second preseason contest. Williams saw six carries for 25 yards versus the Bengals. However, the Chiefs decided to let other players get into the mix for their game against the Steelers. Williams has quickly fallen in the depth chart. He's likely fourth on the depth chart behind Damien Williams, Carlos Hyde, and Darwin Thompson. He's not going to hold any fantasy value with all those of those backs healthy and ready to play in Week 1.

3 hours ago
Demarcus Robinson Has Slow Start to Camp

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson hasn't been too involved in the offense during the first two preseason games. He caught one pass for six yards during their preseason opener. He didn't see any receptions in the second game versus the Steelers. He's basically been passed on the depth chart by rookie Mecole Hardman. Robinson is lined up to be the No. 4 receiver for the Chiefs in Week 1. That means he won't have hardly any fantasy value unless multiple players on offense go down.

3 hours ago
Tyreek Hill Catches One Pass for Six Yards

Tyreek Hill caught just one pass for six yards against the Steelers in week two of the preseason. The Chiefs starters were expected to play more, but the field conditions limited them to just a drive. Hill remains a solid WR1 and can be safely drafted in the second round. Carry on.

23 hours ago
Travis Kelce Catches One Pass for Five Yards

Kelce caught just one pass for five yards against the Steelers in week two of the preseason. The slippery field conditions limited the Chiefs starters to just one drive, so we didnt get much of a taste. Kelce remains the top TE in fantasy and should be getting drafted in the first round.

23 hours ago