Former Michigan WR Junior Hemingway working on speed with Kansas City Chiefs
Former Michigan receiver Junior Hemingway has completed his first NFL camp as a Kansas City Chief, but not much has changed.
He's a big receiver who is adept on the deep ball, but speed is a concern.
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The 6-foot-1, 225-pound native of Conway, S.C., is fighting for a roster spot with Chiefs receivers Jonathan Baldwin, Terrance Copper, Jeremy Horne, Jamar Newsome and another former Michigan wideout, Steve Breaston.
"I'm learning," Hemingway said. "Learning some new ways, some new things. Just progressing. And I'm glad that I have things to work on, so I can perfect those things."