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Kansas City Chiefs WR/RB Dexter McCluster has worked out of the backfield, slot, and wide receiver in the past, and that trend will continue even more so in Andy Reid's offense. His versatile style allows him to line up anywhere on the field, thus creating mismatch nightmares for opposing defenses. Putting him and RB Jamaal Charles as integral parts of an offense that is geared to use multiple looks and countless ways for QB Alex Smith to get them the ball. "One million, five hundred and thirty-six ways that I can get the football,’’ McCluster said, via Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. "This offense is wide-open. You get opportunities everywhere. It’s a fun offense.’’ "My job is to blow the top off the defense, clear the safety and run as fast as I can to open it up for the next guy,’’ McCluster said. "But my number was called. It fell right into my hands. The quarterback made a nice throw and I ultimately made a nice catch.  
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