The Chiefs are 4-1 atop the AFC West, still considered a top candidate to win Super Bowl LVIII — and confirm their present-day dynasty just a year after hoisting the last Lombardi Trophy. But that doesn’t mean they can’t afford — and won’t pursue — an offensive upgrade, with quarterback Patrick Mahomes yet to identify a weekly go-to at wide receiver.
To be clear, tight end Travis Kelce remains Mahomes’ justified No. 1 in the passing game. But Kelce has battled multiple injuries early in 2023, and the WR corps, while occasionally explosive, has been more of a solid than spectacular collaboration.
With that in mind, here are some notable names the Chiefs could target for help ahead of the Oct. 31 in-season trade deadline:
You might think Brown is redundant with the Chiefs’ current speedsters, except “Hollywood” has been far more productive in a starting role. The former Ravens standout has been a reliable chain-mover even on an otherwise middling Arizona offense, with 92 catches for 1,009 yards and six scores in his combined 17 games for the Cardinals. While Arizona has been…