Da’Ron Brown to Kansas City Chiefs: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

May 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you have followed the NFL at all since the end of last season, you've probably heard about a hundred times that the Kansas City Chiefs didn't have a single wide receiver catch a touchdown pass in 2014.
This is a statistic the Chiefs seem determined to prevent from occurring again.
Kansas City made one move during the offseason by replacing the departed Dwayne Bowe with former Philadelphia Eagles star Jeremy Maclin. On Friday, Day 2 of the 2015 NFL draft, the team again bolstered the receiver position by trading up in Round 3 for Georgia product Chris Conley.
The Chiefs addressed the position one final time, with their last pick (233rd overall) in the draft. The choice there was former Northern Illinois receiver Da'Ron Brown.
On the surface, Brown looks like little more than a safe gamble in the final round of the draft. He has adequate size for the position at 6'0" and 205 pounds, but he is not exceptionally strong or physical.
Brown also lacks top-level spe...

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