By Charles Goldman
The Chiefs already have the most exciting offense in the NFL this year and they have an opportunity to make it even more exciting.
The Chiefs already have a proven receiving trio in Watkins, Kelce, and Hill. Last season saw the pass game maligned with the loss of Chris Conley early, and even with the addition of Sammy Watkins, Kansas City will be susceptible to the injury bug just like every other team.
So the case for Gordon in Kansas City isn’t so much one of a team needing an immediate starter or impact maker to fill an existing gap, it’s a low risk high reward opportunity. A player like Gordon could easily push the Chiefs’ skill positions over the top.
At one point Gordon was on his way to becoming one of the most complete receivers in the NFL. His speed and size and hands were all coveted commodities, squandered by poor judgement and decisions of a too young and too successful twenty-something with everything to lose. Now on a path to recovery, Gordon has shown great strides in his ability to bounce back from his addiction and personal struggle, but has yet to make an impact on the...