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Chiefs News And Notes

Kansas City Chiefs training camp

Injuries and Larry Johnson‘s work load during the preseason headline Chiefs News And Notes, courtesy of Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star.  Let’s begin with…

  • It is common knowledge among Kansas City Chiefs fans and NFL fans in the know that Larry Johnson did not participate in training camp last year as a holdout.  Well Johnson will be in camp this year, with the biggest issue being how much work will Johnson get in during the preseason; according to team head coach Herm Edwards, “He’ll have to play in the preseason, get his carries and his runs and his timing with the offensive line.  We’ll sit down and talk about how many carries he needs to get ready.  There’s a number in his mind where he probably feels comfortable.”
  • It is for certain that the Chiefs miss the presence of defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey and offensive tackle Branden Albert at training camp; however, there is some good and bad news as far as their return.  The good news is that Dorsey could return as soon as next week while the bad news is that Albert could miss the remainder of the preseason. 
  • The following players did not participate in any practices: Running back Kolby Smith (groin), wide receiver Kevin Robinson (knee), offensive lineman Branden Albert (foot), defensive linemen Glenn Dorsey (knee), Trevor Johnson (concussion) and linebacker Donnie Edwards (hamstring).  Offensive tackle Damion McIntosh did not work in the morning session. 

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