“It’s nice to get out there and catch a few balls and get involved in the offense,” Boss said, “and hopefully it carries on throughout the preseason and into the regular season.”
Indeed, the regular season is fast approaching — the Chiefs open against Atlanta on Sept. 9 — and only then will folks in Kansas City believe that Cassel and the rest of the offense has moved on from a difficult, and at times disastrous, campaign a year ago.
“I think we’ve got a real strong team. If you look from top to bottom at each position, we’re deep,” Boss said. “I’m happy to be part of it.”