REPORT: See how Kansas’City Chiefs are planning to replace Travis Kelce With These 2 Players


The Kansas City Chiefs are looking at Ja’Tavion Sanders.

Per Tony Pauline with Sportskeeda, the Chiefs have two players in mind to replace Kelce within this year’s draft. The Chiefs are scouting Texas tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders:

“Texas underclassman Ja’Tavion Sanders is a terrific prospect who could slide into the late part of Round 1.

Sanders timed the 40 at just under 4.7 seconds during Combine testing Friday, though he plays much faster. He presently has 20 formal interviews at the Combine, a significant number considering Sanders interviewed with all 32 teams at the Shrine Bowl….

Sanders would be insurance for the Chiefs and Niners, as Travis Kelce is expected to play just one more season”

Most analysts consider Sanders the second-best tight end in this year’s rookie class behind Brock Bowers, who is expected to be a top-ten pick. I asked Sanders about potentially playing with the Bears next season, but his answer would work with Patrick Mahomes inserted for Caleb Williams. Sanders said he believes he can be a number one target on a team at the next level because of his ability to use his body to catch balls.

The Chiefs are also interested in Erick All
Pauline reported Iowa tight end Erick All is getting attention from the Chiefs also:

“Tight end Erick All of Iowa did not workout at the Combine, as he’s still rehabbing the torn ACL he suffered last October, yet that did not stop teams from throwing a lot of love his way. There are some teams who still believe All could end up as the fourth tight end selected in the draft, somewhere in Round 3.