Skyy Moore signs rookie deal as Chiefs complete draft class signings

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Chiefs receiver Skyy Moore has signed his four-year rookie contract. Moore posted the photo of his signing on Instagram, smiling at the camera with a pen in hand.

He was the last of the team’s 10 draft selections to sign, wrapping up the Chiefs’ draft class. The Chiefs signed seven players before their rookie minicamp last month, signed third-round choice Leo Chenal early in the organized team activities and then got fourth-round choice Joshua Williams under contract earlier this week.

The Chiefs made Moore a second-round choice to help replace Tyreek Hill, whom they traded to the Dolphins this offseason.

Moore made 95 receptions for 1,292 yards and 10 touchdowns last season for Western Michigan.

4 responses to “Skyy Moore signs rookie deal as Chiefs complete draft class signings

  1. The Chiefs dominance window is closing quickly unless they strike gold with some of these picks. The TE they have doesn’t have much left in the tank either. The division is getting much better and other AFC teams are starting to step forward. I know the Chief fans don’t want to hear it, but just watch.

  2. Now that he is signed he has an obligation to get out there and show that Tyreek Hill is not irreplaceable. He was one of the best, a great Chief; but he needs to learn to keep his mouth shut. I would love nothing more than to see this “rag tag” group of Chiefs receivers put up numbers like no other Chiefs team that included Tyreek Hill ever did. Why do players have to talk trash about their old teams? Just thank them, say your time there was great and you look forward to the rest of your career. Let’s see if Moore/Kelce can do more than Hill/Kelce ever did.

  3. Very weird to see folks saying the Chiefs window is closing. Losing Tyreek hurts but they’ve added a bunch of other weapons on offense. Which makes sense because Mahomes loves to spread the ball around.

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