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Chiefs Training Camp Reports From Twitter

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The Kansas City Chiefs are holding their first full-team practice of training camp and so we took to Twitter to get the reaction and play by play from media and fans in attendance.

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  • Ryan s

    Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has been placed on the non-football injury list because of a chest virus, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid confirmed Friday.

    Bowe is said to be congested. He did not practice Friday but is expected to return to the field soon.

    A 2007 first-round pick by the Chiefs, Bowe caught 59 passes for 801 yards and three touchdowns last season before missing the final three games with a rib injury. He signed a five-year extension in the offseason.

  • Billie Cabral

    Shout out to my boy Brandon Flowers for coming over and signing my jersey when I was shouting for him when the guys wanted him to leave!!! Also, I know people make fun of Tyson Jackson aka Tin Man on here
    for staying later than any other player besides hometown Chase Daniel and signing lots of autographs- Respect. I’m hoping for a breakout season from him!

    • Joe Myers

      That’s awesome give the fans that believe in him the most . I hope he breaks out in this system too !

  • MrChrisSays

    So glad to see DMC active and going deep. For what its worth i’d like to see him battle for more playing time. With an accurate QB like Smith maybe, just maybe, he wont get injured by an errant pass.( thanks Matt ) Still rooting for Baldwin to be that monster that we all know he’s capable of being. I wish i could be there, so jealous i’m not able, But go Chiefs. Let the world keep sleepin, the Boogie monster’s comin!!!!

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