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PostSubject: Chiefs Mini-Camps   Tue Jun 14, 2011 10:18 pm

According to Todd Leabo of 810 WHB in Kansas City, the players have announced that they'll be conducting a three-day minicamp this week. The first session was today and day two and three will come on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

Practices will not be open to the fans and the location of the practices won't be disclosed. The players cite insurance reasons for closing it off as well as the need to focus on football. Media will be invited to camp on Thursday, June 16, and there will be interviews after so that'll be the day we hear from the players.

So far the lockout has cost the Chiefs their OTAs so this will be a way to make up at least some of that time. It's been so long (it seems at least) since we've seen this team together so I'm pretty excited about what's going down this week.



After the minicamp this week, some of the Chiefs players will join others in the organization for a trip to Joplin next week to assist in the tornado relief efforts.

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PostSubject: Re: Chiefs Mini-Camps   Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:52 am

Haley might have made a real smart move last year.. he had a few player led practices which could give a little big of an edge here for these mini camps.

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PostSubject: Re: Chiefs Mini-Camps   Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:55 pm

Yeah I just remembered that..Hope theyre gettin some work done because I dont see the lockout lasting more than another couple weeks

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PostSubject: Re: Chiefs Mini-Camps   Thu Jun 16, 2011 6:17 pm

Chiefs conclude three-day lockout camp
Posted by Mike Florio on June 16, 2011, 6:00 PM EDT
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Before Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs players were working out on their own. Beginning Tuesday, they got in three days of lockout workouts.

Despite some concern as to the value of unsupervised player-organized minicamps, Chiefs guard Ryan Lilja realizes that working out with his teammates is better than working out alone.

“I thought I was [in shape], but coming here running some plays and being with the guys, I’ve got a ways to go,” Lilja said, per the Associated Press. “So I’m excited about refocusing on [conditioning]. We came out here and kind of gauged ourselves a little bit and got to work. Hopefully, we can all get back to work because it’s fun to be back with the guys.”

Despite the absence of contact, the workouts were still intense.

“We were going harder than I expected we were going to go,” Lilja said. “We thought, ‘Hey, one step, chill.’ Man, we were running just like we had helmets on, like it was a Friday practice. And guys were moving around. It felt like normal. But we didn’t get anybody hurt.”

The workouts were organized by quarterback Matt Cassel, linebacker Derrick Johnson, and safety Jon McGraw. The closed sessions featured more than 40 players, a trainer in the event of injuries, and security guards.

Yes, security guards.

Somewhere in California, Mike Silver is working out his middle finger. Again.

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PostSubject: Re: Chiefs Mini-Camps   Tue Jun 21, 2011 7:34 pm

Great keep in shape and lets get ready. Never know when everuthing will start up.
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