TE Travis Kelce missed his entire rookie season because of a knee injury after being drafted in the second round, but should have a clear path to being the starter this season. Kelce is very strong and can move well. Might have a Jeremy Shockey-like skill set though Weenieworld compares him to Heath Miller. Miller could have been a perennial All Pro with another organization but the Steelers use their tight ends to block more than any other team. ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher expects second-year TE Travis Kelce to be the team's "pass receiver at tight end" in 2014, and "an important piece" of the Chiefs' passing game. Per Teicher, Kelce showed the ability in practices last year to "line up in a variety of places," and "get down the field to beat coverage." We loved Kelce's game tape coming out of Cincinnati, but his rookie year essentially wound up as a "redshirt" season due to a relatively minor microfracture surgery on his knee. Kelce has a Heath Miller-type skill set. He remains a hold in Dynasty leagues.