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“We consider him both (a receiver and a tight end),” CB Brandon Carr added. “He runs good routes, can find the holes in any zone defense and he has great hands. We’re going to treat him like a receiver and try to get a body on him.”

Clark is to the 2011 Colts as Gonzalez was to the 2006-07 Chiefs. Actually, with WRs Reggie Wayne and Pierre Garcon, Clark has a far superior supporting cast than Gonzalez did.

CASSEL: “Absolutely. You look at the two teams and how they actually try to schematically come after you and they try to create pressure with those front four and this is a team that does much of the same with (Dwight) Freeney and (Robert) Mathis, and those guys are two of the best in the game at what they do. Again, the offensive line did such an outstanding job last week of really being able to block those guys and give me time to throw and I’m sure that they’ll be up for the challenge again this week.”

“We’ll just have to see where he is physically, but I know that he’s in good condition and he’s been really working hard,” Haley said. “I’m just excited that he’s able to – for his own personal self – to be able to get out there and start practicing again full on with his teammates.”

The Chiefs currently roster seven wide receivers, so there is no hurry to rush Baldwin back before both parties are comfortable. Haley also said he expects Baldwin to be able to contribute on special teams when he’s ready to make an NFL debut.

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