Santos is off to a nice start through three exhibitions, making eight of his nine field goal attempts thus far. He tied for fifth in field goals made (30) in 2015 and should be in line for similar production again this season.
Berry officially signed his franchise tag Sunday but coach Andy Reid doesn't anticipate him playing in Thursday's preseason finale against the Packers, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Berry is expected to receive plenty of time during practice to get prepared for Week 1 against the Chargers. Assuming all goes as planned, he should be line for another strong season in 2016.
Hammond grabbed each of the three passes thrown his way in Saturday's preseason contest against the Bears.
His best effort of the preseason couldn't have come at a better time but it still may not be enough to earn him a spot on the 53-man roster. Hammond is no longer being utilized on special teams and has been passed by multiple receivers on the depth chart. Unless something drastically changes in the near future, he's likely headed for the free agent market.
Wilson's work came mostly on the inside in three-receiver sets in Saturday's preseason game against the Bears.
Given his smaller frame, the move makes sense for Wilson. The question is how often the Chiefs will employ three-receiver sets this season. While it was quite infrequent in past seasons, the improved depth at the position could lead to more usage in 2016. Still, it's unlikely Kansas City will be one of the most prolific passing offenses, pushing Wilson off the fantasy radar in the majority of leagues.
Reaves saw the field before Knile Davis on Saturday against the Bears, possibly suggesting he's got a shot at making the 53-man roster.
Reaves' main contributions would still likely come on special teams but injuries to other backs on the roster could thrust him into some action on Sundays if he indeed cracks the roster.