Since the Kansas City Chiefs have moved on from Tyreek Hill, the question remains how the offense will replace his production. Kansas City added to the wide receiver room with JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling in free agency, even if there was a talented wideout already on the roster that has the potential to replace Hill’s role in the offense.
Mecole Hardman is going to get his opportunity in the final year of his rookie deal. Andy Reid is looking forward to see how he can utilize Hardman in a contract year.
“The one nice thing is we know what Mecole can do,” Reid said at Chiefs virtual minicamp Tuesday. “We have a lot of confidence in what he can do. He’s coming off a good year. He’s got to continue to grow here over the next couple years here.
“Mecole has the speed like a Tyreek had, different player, but like what Tyreek had. He gives you a nice skill set there with the speed and quickness and ability to run when the ball is in his hands. He’s a very aggressive runner when the ball is in his hands. You find ways to do that in a variety of different ways.”
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