Coach Andy Reid said after the week’s final organized team activity that McCluster had a “mild” hamstring injury. There’s a chance he’ll be back on the field next week, when the Chiefs wrap up three weeks of voluntary workouts and prepare for their mandatory minicamp.
Catapano also hurt his hamstring, Reid said. Thorpe tweaked a knee.
Reid also revealed that tight end Tony Moeaki, who had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in the offseason, probably won’t be on the field until training camp. The injury-prone Moeaki has been watching from the sidelines during the voluntary workouts.
He added eight interceptions and 17 passes defensed. Commings was a multi-sport standout at Westside High School in Augusta, Georgia.
While in high school, he was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 37th round of the 2008 MLB Amateur Draft.
After selecting Commings in the draft, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said the team will utilize his versatility, among many other things.
“What you see with Sanders is a big, physical press corner (and) safety, he’s done both at Georgia last year and this year – he had two games this year where he played the safety spot,” coach Reid said.
The Kansas City Chiefs closed out another week of OTAs, once again, in fast-paced style.
Once the track meet that was Chiefs practice ended, head coach Andy Reid began addressing the media, assuring those affected by the Oklahoma tornado of our team’s thoughts and prayers.
“Again, our heart goes out to the people in Oklahoma with the tornado,” coach Reid said. “Our players felt it, obviously, and the coaches felt it and the organization. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those people.”
Coach Reid then switched his focus to football, evaluating the week that was.
“On the football side of things, we’re improving,” coach Reid said. “The guys are working hard. They’ve come in with the right attitude. We’ve thrown a lot at them offensively, defensively. The defense is blitzing like crazy. Offense is moving around. It’s great work for both sides. They’re keeping a positive attitude and working through it. We’ll keep getting sharper like we have been doing. We’ll keep getting sharper and more efficient every opportunity we have to do this.”
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