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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Say what you want about the Kansas City Chiefs' leadership but it made one big move this season.
The decision to sign Mark Bradley has been a major boost to the Kansas City offense. He was signed after being cut by Chicago earlier in the season. Bradley, 26, has become a starter in Kansas City. Until he came to town, the Chiefs had no legitimate No. 2 starter to play opposite standout receiver Dwayne Bowe.
Suddenly, Kansas City has two standout receivers. Add in tight end Tony Gonzalez, who has been excellent the past few weeks, and Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen has some great weapons.
Bradley, who threw a touchdown pass to Thigpen against Tampa Bay, has 18 catches in the past three games.
The best part of this for Kansas City is that Bradley is young enough to be a part of their youth movement. In a season where not much has gone right for the Chiefs, this signing has been huge.