Presidents Training Camp Notes from Day Seven

Presidents Training Camp Notes from Day Seven

Wednesday morning, Kansas City Chiefs They were unable to use their usual field of practice at Western Missouri State University in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Rain and thunderstorms in the area forced them to go indoors for the 7th Full Training Camp for 2022.

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Sky Moore, the junior wide receiver in the second round, is back on the training field after leaving training early with a thigh injury on Tuesday. While he did not appear on the field with his new teammates, defensive Carlos Dunlap was expected to advance to camp on Wednesday. We’re expecting him to be available for practice Thursday—and weather permitting, fans will be able to get their first look at him in Chiefs uniform.

Arrowhead Pride editor-in-chief Pete Sweeney was there among other chiefs beating reporters and TV crews, watching it all. Pete notes Already posted on Twitter – Now we share it here.

Because reporting rules are slightly different from non-public practices (and indoor practices during boot camp fall into this category), Pete took a somewhat different approach to part of his remarks Wednesday.

One other player in Chiefs is Camp starts later than anyone else.

Two other players have given us injury concerns this week He looks totally fine.

the coach He had an update On one of the players in the Active / PUP list.

It seems that the players Getting ready for the next holiday.

Here we depart from the usual procedure. After three days of cushioning, there she is 10 things Pete thinks:

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