Chiefs missing key players at OTA session


The Kansas City Chiefs were without some explosive playmakers on Tuesday afternoon.

Kansas City got on the field for the first time as a complete team on Tuesday afternoon to start Phase Three of the offseason, but some big names were not on the field.

The Chiefs were without running back Jamaal Charles, outside linebackers Justin Houston and Tamba Hali, and receiver Mike Williams. Charles is recovering from a torn ACL while Houston is rehabbing from knee surgery. Williams, somehow, already has a hamstring injury while Hali doesn’t appear to be injured.

Kansas City fans should feel good for the most part about the turn out. The Chiefs are hoping to gear up for a Super Bowl push this year and need all hands on deck to make it happen.

On the positive side, corner Phillip Gaines was on the field and practicing. Also, head coach Andy Reid believed Charles will be back on the field sooner rather than later.

See ya soon, Jamaal!