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Chiefs finally building up depth at wide receiver


Kansas City Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson tries to hang onto the ball during NFL training camp on Tuesday morning in St. Joseph. Mo.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The past few years in Kansas City, it’s been Dwayne Bowe and everyone else at wide receiver.
Anyone else, really.
In fact, the Chiefs have basically put out “HELP WANTED” signs for pass catchers going back four head coaches. And the call has been answered by a forgettable cast of characters: Terrance Copper, Devard Darling, Will Franklin, Chris Chambers and Steve Breaston, among many others.
But for the first time since the Dick Vermeil era of the Air Coryell offense, the Chiefs just might have enough talent at the wide receiver position so that quarterback Alex ...

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