In his last season with Green Bay, Nelson was catching passes from Brett Hundley, and last season Derek Carr had the fourth-lowest yards per completion in the league. Nelson spent the first 11 seasons of his career as a Packer, where he averaged 61 receptions, 872 yards and eight touchdown per year.
Nelson, 33, played last season with the Oakland Raiders.
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The Patriots have reportedly shown interest in several big name free agent wide receivers this offseason, but thus far have been unable to land one.
Nelson's peak was interrupted by a torn ACL in 2015, otherwise he may have had four straight 1,200-plus yard seasons. After losing Chris Conley to free agency, K.C. could use a veteran receiver for depth and to fill in as a starter if Tyreek Hill or Sammy Watkins were to miss time.
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If the Seahawks and Nelson can't get a deal done look for Nelson to take other visits but at this point, it would seem a bit surprising if the two couldn't get a deal done.
The Chiefs are among several teams interested in the former Oakland Raiders wideout, who was recently let go and allowed to hit the open market. Clearly, New England is interested in adding talent at the position. He originally was selected in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft out of Kansas State by the Packers. The Raiders could also be hoping to re-sign Nelson at a reduced rate.
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