Devon Wylie WR SF 10 Months
Titans promoted WR Devon Wylie from the practice squad.
The No. 107 overall pick of the 2012 draft, Wylie caught just six passes for the Chiefs last season, and was waived at final cuts in September. He'll bring up the rear of Tennessee's receiver corps, and could see some time on returns.
Devon Wylie WR SF Sep 06 '13
Free agent WR Devon Wylie worked out for the Cardinals.
Wylie was cut by the Chiefs on Sunday. A slot receiver-type at 5-foot-9, 187, Wylie would be the No. 5 receiver in Arizona if signed.
Devon Wylie WR SF Sep 01 '13
Chiefs waived WR Devon Wylie.
Wylie gave the Chiefs nothing after ex-GM Scott Pioli made him the 107th pick in the 2012 draft. He became expendable when Chad Hall was acquired.
Devon Wylie WR SF Dec 23 '12
Chiefs WR Devon Wylie caught three balls for 36 yards on four targets in Kansas City's Week 16 loss to Indianapolis.
It was Wylie's most active game of the season. A fourth-round rookie out of Fresno State, Wylie has some Wes Welker to his game as a slot receiver and could eventually be an upgrade there on Dexter McCluster. Wylie is a player to monitor in PPR keeper leagues. The Chiefs travel to Denver for the season finale.
Devon Wylie WR SF Oct 30 '12
Chiefs rookie WR Devon Wylie (hamstring) has resumed practicing on a full-time basis.
Bothered by the injury since the season opener, Wylie has yet to play an offensive snap this year. Coach Romeo Crennel will let Wylie get some practice reps under his belt before considering him on kickoff and punt returns.
Devon Wylie WR SF Jun 21 '12
Fourth-round rookie Devon Wylie worked behind Dexter McCluster in the slot during offseason workouts.
Wylie sustained a hamstring injury and missed the entire minicamp, which is worth noting due to his lengthy college injury history. If the Fresno State product has a real impact as a rookie, it will likely come in the return game.
Devon Wylie WR SF May 11 '12
Chiefs signed fourth-round WR Devon Wylie, sixth-round RB Cyrus Gray, seventh-round WR Junior Hemingway, and seventh-round DE Jerome Long to four-year contracts.
Devon Wylie WR SF Apr 30 '12
The Chiefs project fourth-round pick Devon Wylie as a slot receiver and potential punt returner.
Kansas City should feel good about Javier Arenas on punts, but Wylie could push him and work opposite Arenas on kickoffs. Wylie's ceiling to start the season on offense may be as the No. 4 receiver behind Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston, and Jonathan Baldwin. This isn't a great landing spot for fantasy value.