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Chiefs Top Fantasy Players

These are the top fantasy football players of the Kansas City Chiefs as ranked by Average Draft Position (ADP) in PPR-format mock drafts.

Data as of July 24, 2024.

# Name Pos Team ADP Bye
1 Isiah Pacheco RB KC 2.07 6
2 Travis Kelce TE KC 2.10 6
3 Rashee Rice WR KC 6.06 6
4 Xavier Worthy WR KC 7.12 6
5 Marquise Brown WR KC 8.03 6
6 Harrison Butker PK KC 11.09 6

Isiah Pacheco

Isiah Pacheco's current ADP is 2.07, which is the 7th pick of the 2nd round, and 18th selection overall.

Isiah Pacheco Average Draft Position PPR

Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce's current ADP is 2.10, which is the 10th pick of the 2nd round, and 22nd selection overall.

Travis Kelce Average Draft Position PPR

Rashee Rice

Rashee Rice's current ADP is 6.06, which is the 6th pick of the 6th round, and 66th selection overall.

Rashee Rice Average Draft Position PPR

Xavier Worthy

Xavier Worthy's current ADP is 7.12, which is the 12th pick of the 7th round, and 83rd selection overall.

Xavier Worthy Average Draft Position PPR

Marquise Brown

Marquise Brown's current ADP is 8.03, which is the 3rd pick of the 8th round, and 87th selection overall.

Marquise Brown Average Draft Position PPR

Harrison Butker

Harrison Butker's current ADP is 11.09, which is the 9th pick of the 11th round, and 128th selection overall.

Harrison Butker Average Draft Position PPR

Kansas City Chiefs 2020 Schedule

Week Home/Away Opponent
1 Home Houston Texans
2 Away Los Angeles Chargers
3 Away Baltimore Ravens
4 Home New England Patriots
5 Home Las Vegas Raiders
6 Away Buffalo Bills
7 Away Denver Broncos
8 Home New York Jets
9 Home Carolina Panthers
11 Away Las Vegas Raiders
12 Away Tampa Bay Buccaneers
13 Home Denver Broncos
14 Away Miami Dolphins
15 Away New Orleans Saints
16 Home Atlanta Falcons
17 Home Los Angeles Chargers

Kansas City Chiefs News

Xavier Worthy, Xavier Worthy Still Not Practicing Wednesday

Kansas City Chiefs rookie first-round wide receiver Xavier Worthy (illness) is out of training camp practice for the third straight day on Wednesday. Worthy is under the weather and should be back with the Chiefs sooner than later, but any additional time the 21-year-old misses could hurt his chances of starting his first NFL season off strong, especially since he missed a lot of the offseason program due to a hamstring injury. The 28th overall pick in April's NFL draft has a real opportunity to become fantasy relevant in 2024, especially if fellow wideout Rashee Rice opens the year serving a suspension. Speed is Worthy's biggest asset, and if he can stay healthy, he'll be worth at least a late-round flier for wideout depth in fantasy drafts this fall in KC's offense.

Xavier Worthy player page.

July 24, 2024 1:14 PM EST

Tyreek Hill, Tyreek Hill Not Chasing Individual Goals In 2024

Last season, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill looked to be on pace to be the first player in NFL history to post 2,000 receiving yards in a single season. However, his Week 14 injury against the Tennessee Titans limited him in that game and caused him to miss the Week 15 contest against the New York Jets. He ultimately finished the campaign with 1,799 yards. He was vocal about wanting to reach the 2,000-yard mark in 2023, but heading into 2024, he said chasing that individual goal would be "selfish." "That'd be great. Grand scenario, that'd be great," Hill said of reaching 2,000 this season. "But I feel like at the same time I have to understand that the position that I'm in and me being one of the leaders and just singling out an individual goal like that -- because I had time to go look at it and talk about it with my family; and that's very selfish of me." With Hill potentially entering the last few seasons of his career, a second Super Bowl is likely at the top of his goal list. All that said, the eight-time Pro Bowler should remain one of the most productive pass-catchers in the NFL and a high-end WR1 in fantasy football.

Tyreek Hill player page.

July 24, 2024 9:10 AM EST

Deneric Prince, Deneric Prince The No. 2 Running Back On Tuesday

Kansas City Chiefs running back Deneric Prince was the first RB in after starter Isiah Pacheco during the run period of the team's training camp practice on Tuesday. Prince went undrafted last year and spent most of his rookie season in the NFL on the practice squad. He was active for just two games and didn't play any offensive snaps. We aren't making any predictions on the order of KC's depth chart after a few practices, but Prince certainly has a shot at a bigger role in 2024 in the Chiefs offense, especially if Clyde Edwards-Helaire continues to disappoint. The defending Super Bowl champions re-signed CEH in the offseason and brought in rugby star Louis Rees-Zammit, but other than that, there weren't any notable additions to their backfield. For now, Prince is merely a name to watch in KC's backfield.

Deneric Prince player page.

July 23, 2024 1:16 PM EST

Rashee Rice, No Update On Possible Suspension For Rashee Rice

Kansas City Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said that there has been no discussion with the NFL regarding a possible suspension for wide receiver Rashee Rice. A potential punishment from the league is still a ways off as of right now. Everyone is expecting the 24-year-old second-year pass-catcher to open the 2024 season with a multi-game suspension following his involvement in a high-speed, multi-car crash back in April in which he was charged with aggravated assault, collision involving serious bodily injury, and collision involving injury. Rice has taken part in all offseason workouts and is present for the start of training camp. It's possible that he may avoid a suspension to open the regular season, but all expectations are that a suspension is eventually coming. With the suspension hanging over his head and after KC added Marquise Brown and rookie Xavier Worthy this offseason, Rice's fantasy stock has fallen and he's currently ranked as RotoBaller's No. 39 fantasy receiver.

Rashee Rice player page.

July 22, 2024 1:54 PM EST

Xavier Worthy, Xavier Worthy Out Monday With Illness

Kansas City Chiefs rookie first-round wide receiver Xavier Worthy (illness) missed training camp practice on Monday due to an illness. Worthy should be considered day-to-day this week and shouldn't be out long before rejoining the team at camp. The 21-year-old speedy pass-catcher also missed valuable time during OTAs and minicamp due to a hamstring injury, but he was present on the field for the start of camp this weekend. Durability may be a question mark for the 5-foot-11, 165-pounder, but his speed alone as a deep threat for quarterback Patrick Mahomes will make him worthy of a late-round flier in redraft fantasy drafts this fall, especially with Rashee Rice expected to open the 2024 campaign serving a suspension. RotoBaller has Worthy ranked as the No. 48 fantasy wideout heading into his first NFL season.

Xavier Worthy player page.

July 22, 2024 1:37 PM EST