Kansas City Chiefs 2010 Training Camp: Week One Impressions

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One week of training camp is now in the books, and the Kansas City Chiefs and their fans have to be excited about what they've seen thus far.
After spending a full day watching practice in St. Joseph, MO earlier this week, I can say that while there are still areas with plenty of room for improvement, there are a few areas where the team already appears to have turned the corner.
Here are my early camp impressions through the first week:
The young defensive secondary led by rookie safeties Eric Berry and Kendrick Lewis has been quite impressive thus far. Compared to last season, when veterans Mike Brown, Jarrad Page, and Jon McGraw were often a couple steps behind making the big play, this group has been flying all over the field making plays. The group of young tight ends in camp can catch the ball. In addition to highly regarded third-round pick Tony Moeaki, second year player Jake O'Connell, and rookie free agent C...

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