Chiefs Are Back At Work

The Chiefs rookies were back at work early this morning and the veterans will follow them.  Josh Looney gives us a rundown of what the first day of OTAs looks like.

Kansas City’s rookie class began their journey to the 2010 regular season in the weight room this morning at 6:00 AM; that’s a full 90 minutes before the first group of veterans who typically make up the “early group” have been arriving for workouts this off-season.

Once their first official strength session as professional football players concludes, it’s off to the classroom with their position coaches to get in some prep work before this off-season’s first all-squad practice session begins.

All rostered players are invited to hit the practice field for a walk-thru at 10:30 this morning (OTAs are voluntary in the NFL, though the Chiefs anticipate having a showing at close to full capacity today), followed up by a 90-minute practice session.

There will be updates all day long not only from Looney at the official site, but also Bob Gretz and Joel Thorman.

Will be intriguing to see how close they can get to perfect attendance.

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