From the Associated Press:
They’ve watched film of the 2008 Kansas City Chiefs and spent several weeks with players in the weight room. But Todd Haley and his coaching staff finally got on the field with their team Friday.
Taking advantage of an NFL rule that lets first-year head coaches have an extra three-day practice session, Haley welcomed more than 60 players to the first day of a voluntary minicamp.
Haley said it was a learning session for both players and coaches as everyone strains to get to know everyone else. The Chiefs, who have won just six games the past two seasons, will have a mandatory minicamp the first weekend in June.
According to Todd Haley, who primarily watched the defense during practice, the Chiefs Defense lined up in an “under front” (a version of the 4-3 defense?) for the enitre 36 minutes.