Observations of the chiefs’ coaching camp from 3 August

On Wednesday morning, the Kansas City Chiefs They were unable to use their usual practice area at Missouri Western State University in St. Louis. Joseph, Missouri. Rain and thunderstorms forced them to go inside for the seventh full training camp practice in 2022.

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Second round rookie wide receiver Skyy Moore was back on the practice field after leaving practice early with a hip injury on Tuesday. Although he was not seen on the field with his new teammates, defensive end Carlos Dunlap was expected to report to camp on Wednesday. We expect him to be available for practice on Thursday – and weather permitting, fans will be able to get their first glimpse of him in a Chiefs uniform.

Arrowhead Pride editor-in-chief Pete Sweeney was there among other Chiefs beat reporters and TV crews, watching everything unfold. Pete’s comments already published on Twitter — and now we share them here.

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

It’s just one more Chiefs player starting camp later than everyone else.

Two more players who gave us an injury scare this week seemed to be completely fine.

The head coach he had an update one of the players on the Active/PUP list.

It seemed that the players almost ready for the upcoming break.

And this is where we diverge from the usual procedure. After three days of paddling practices, here they are 10 things Pete thinks:

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