Jeremy Maclin has spent the offseason mentoring the Kansas City Chiefs' young wide receivers.
Maclin has worked with Chris Conley and Albert Wilson over a stretch from February to late April, lifting weights, watching film and working on route concepts.
The Chiefs added free agent Rod Streater and drafted Tyreek Hill, but Conley and Wilson held onto their spots during OTAs.
"Those are a couple of guys that I thought had good camps -- they're kind of growing up before our eyes here, which is fun to watch," Andy Reid said. "I think I'd tell you yes, that both of them working with Maclin paid off."
A typical offseason day for Maclin, Conley and Wilson started about 9 a.m. at the training facility. They ate breakfast, got in the weight room, then ran on the field. Then they’d go in the film room or practice footwork.
"I think it's my job to help them, and to help them understand that 'Hey, these are the things I do to get myself ready,'"said Maclin, who caught 87 passes for 1,088 yards and eight touchdowns in 2015, his first year in Kansas City. "I'm not necessarily saying this is what you have to do, but you can take bits and pieces and physically get yourself ready."