“Things have been (going) well,” Stanzi said. “As an offense, we’ve been able to do some good things. We’ve had some solid practices, and that’s been important to kind of get in a groove, understand situations, work on the things that we need to work on and take the things that we’re learning in the classroom, in the film room and bring it out here on the practice field.”
Coach Romeo Crennel on Thursday spelled out what the Chiefs are looking for in the top backup to starting quarterback Matt Cassel.
“The guy needs to take charge of the team that he has on the field with him,” Crennel said. “He needs to be able to control and operate the offense efficiently and then be able to make the throws they need to make, make the correct checks at the line of scrimmage and all of those things a quarterback has to do.
“The guy who can do that the best and the most efficiently, we’ll make him the second guy.”