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Kansas City selected receiver Jehu Chesson in the fourth round of this year's NFL Draft from Michigan, and he's expected to be a reserve receiver in 2017. Kansas City needs help at receiver with guys like Chris Conley, Albert Wilson and Demarcus Robinson fighting for playing time with Jeremy Maclin (Baltimore) now gone, and Chesson could emerge as a playmaker behind Tyreek Hill. But he has to prove himself first after he had just 35 catches for 500 yards and two touchdowns at Michigan last year, and he only had 114 catches for 1,639 yards and 12 touchdowns in his four-year college career. We don't recommend drafting Chesson in the majority of seasonal leagues, and he's only a late-round pick in rookie-only drafts.