Dexter McCluster is a valuable weapon, but too undersized to be a viable No. 2 receiver.
Dwayne Bowe is an exciting playmaker, but lacks ideal speed and possesses suspect hands.
Chris Chambers dropped off the face of the planet under his new contract.
Who is Matt Cassel passing to? Tony Moeaki? The running backs?
The NFL is a passing league, and the Chiefs need to pose a bigger passing threat to keep teams from focusing on Jamaal Charles.
However, a wide receiver is not a quick fix. Receivers typically don't emerge in the NFL until year three (as fantasy football participants know). Additionally, top receiving talent often drops to round 2 or later of recent drafts. DeSean Jackson going in the second to the Eagles is a prime example.
The only two viable first-round receivers are AJ Green and Julio Jones. Both will be gone by the time the Chiefs pick.
2nd round: Maryland's Torrey Smith or Miami's Leonard Hankerson. Both speedsters.
3rd round: Randall Cobb of Kentucky may be worth a reach in the second. Slightly smaller, but still fast, he is a player in the Pioli mold. A converted quarterback, academic superstar, team captain, a quality individual as well as football player.
4th round and later: Greg Salas of Hawaii is a personal favorite who reminded me a lot of Ed McCaffrey with his play at the NFL combine.