Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and 14 players took the podium Monday afternoon as the team began its offseason workout program.
Here were the 10 most significant items in my eyes from Monday:
1. The Chiefs who had been injured previously are doing well.
A number of Chiefs, including Eric Berry, Chris Conley, Mitch Morse, De’Anthony Thomas and Spencer Ware, finished the season on the injured reserve this.
Reid provided a blanket update on those who were injured at the season’s end:
“Everybody’s really doing pretty good, which is a positive,” Reid said. “We’ll just see how it goes the closer we get to phase two—to see who can run around out there and who can’t, but right now, they’re doing well.”
Reid specifically mentioned that he was unsure about Ware for OTAs but thinks he will be ready for training camp.


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