Donnie Avery, WR, N/A
2014 Outlook: Deep-league OnlyLast updated on Jun-28-2014 by Jeb Gorham
Avery is another 30-year-old receiver on the Chiefs, Dwayne Bowe being the first. Speaking of Bowe, he is entrenched as the number one wideout, but Avery (and the up-and-coming A.J. Jenkins) will likely battle it out for the WR2 spot. So far Avery is winning this battle and getting the first-team reps; Jenkins has been slowed by injuries. Avery should be looked at as a deep-league only player at this stage since he only posted 40 receptions for less than 600 yards and two TDs last season. He now has more competition for snaps with De'Anthony Thomas and Junior Hemingway seeing slot work. It's highly unlikely Avery is ever productive enough to crack a starting lineup in the vast majority of leagues.
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