Reunited! Chris Conley Drafted By Kansas City Chiefs, Rejoins Aaron Murray


Chris Conley became the second Georgia Bulldog drafted in 2015 when he was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round of the NFL Draft, reuniting him with former teammate Aaron Murray.

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  • Aaron Murray may not be the Chiefs starting quarterback (yet), but he’ll be glad to have his former trusty receiver Chris Conley to spin a few balls to during training camp this year. Conley was selected by the Chiefs with the 12th pick in the 3rd round (76th overall) in the NFL Draft.

    The Chiefs traded up in the round with the Minnesota Vikings in order to get Conley, who they obviously thought wouldn’t drop further.

    Conley is an Andy Reid type of player; smart, hard-working, versatile and very athletic. He’ll be a great fit for a team who really lacked punch at the wide receiver position in 2014. He’ll become an immediate impact player, and will have an easy time adapting to an offense very similar to what was used in his years at Georgia.

    The 6’1 Conley came into the spotlight with NFL scouts when he demolished some NFL Scouting Combing records this year. He totaled 117 receptions for 1,938 yards and 20 touchdowns in four seasons with the Bulldogs and was the second Georgia player drafted in 2015 after running back Todd Gurley was taken with the 10th overall pick.

    How do you like this pick by the Chiefs, and will it help Murray take the next step towards a starting job in KC?

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