The Kansas City Chiefs had Dexter McCluster working out exclusively with the wide receivers in Monday OTA practice, according to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star.
Teicher reported that McCluster may still play some running back, but for right now he is a receiver. The Chiefs have had trouble figuring out what to do with McCluster since taking him with the 36th overall pick a couple of years ago. He's made the switch to receiver before, but has switched back.
This was Teicher's observation, among others:
Dexter McCluster may still play some at running back, but for now he's a wide receiver. McCluster worked exclusively with the receivers. McCluster was also first in line when the Chiefs returned punts. That line also featured Javier Arenas, Steve Breaston and Devon Wylie.
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