Demarcus Robinson has the best year of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs last year. He was drafted in 2016 out of the University of Florida. Despite not playing a single game in his rookie year, Robinson has emerged as a big threat.
Slowly over the course of a couple of years, Robinson has come on the scene for the Chiefs. Last year, Robinson started 10 games (career-high) and caught 32 passes (career-high) for 499 yards (career-high) and four touchdowns (ties career-high).
The Kansas City Chiefs, like the Los Angeles Rams, have the problem of having too many talented receivers. Demarcus Robinson finds himself as the No. 3 or No. 4 receiver on the team behind Sammy Watkins, Tyreek Hill, and arguably Mecole Hardman.
In reality, Demarcus Robinson could be a No. 2 receiver. Luckily, the New Orleans Saints are in need of just that. If he can continue to produce what he did last year with the Chiefs, the Saints should definitely consider this low-cost option.