The Chiefs added Michigan WR Jehu Chesson in the 4th round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Chesson actually tallied more receiving yards (764) and TDs (9) than 3rd-round teammate Amara Darboh in 2015 before taking a step back to a 35-500-2 line last year. He bounced back at the Combine, registering an 88th percentile SPARQ score. The 6’3, 204-pounder ran a 4.47-second 40-yard dash and crushed the 3-cone. There’s some developmental potential here, especially for a Chiefs team that needs size at WR.