Chiefs agree to contract terms with former Raiders WR Rod Streater

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs are looking for more production from their wide receivers other than Jeremy Maclin. That's why they agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran Rod Streater.

Streater had 60 catches for 888 yards and 4 touchdowns for the Oakland Raiders in 2013. His production fell greatly since then. In 2015, he played in just one game and had just one catch.

Streater would be able to help the Chiefs if he can return to the form he showed in 2013. Albert Wilson was the Chiefs' No. 2 wide receiver for most of last season but he had just 35 catches and 2 touchdowns.

The combined total of catches, yards and touchdowns from Wilson and their other wide receivers last year was less than what Maclin produced.

Maclin, Wilson, Chris Conley, De'Anthony Thomas and Jason Avant were the Chiefs' wide receivers who caught passes last season. Avant is a free agent.