Observations of senior coaching camp from August 3

Wednesday morning Kansas City Chiefs was unable to use his regular practice at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. Rain and thunderstorms in the area forced them to go indoors in 2022. in the seventh training camp.

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Second-round draft pick Skyy Moore is back on the practice field leaving practice early suffered a hip injury on Tuesday. While he didn’t appear on the field with his new teammates, quarterback Carlos Dunlap was scheduled to report to camp on Wednesday. Hopefully he’ll be able to participate in Thursday’s practice, weather permitting, giving fans their first look at him in a Chiefs uniform.

Arrowhead Pride Editor-in-Chief Pete Sweeney was on hand with other Chiefs hitting reporters and TV crews to watch the action unfold. Pete’s observations already posted on Twitter – and now we share them here.

Since the reporting rules are slightly different for non-public practices (and training camp indoor practices fall into that category), Pete took a slightly different approach to some of his Wednesday observations.

Another Chiefs player starts camp later than everyone else.

Two more players who have injured us this week are frightening looked perfectly fine.

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

The players seemed to be just ready for the next break.

And this is where we deviate from the usual procedure. After three days of padded exercises, here it is 10 things on Pete’s mind:

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