On offense the Kansas City Chiefs came with an expected lineup for the first team. Alex Smith got the lead at quarterback with Eric Fisher, Parker Ehinger, Mitch Morse, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, and Mitchell Schwartz in front of him. Charcandrick West, Jeremy Maclin, Albert Wilson, Travis Kelce, and Demetrius Harris made up the first team offensive weapons.
Of course the big story with the first team offense was the re-signing of Eric Fisher to a four year extension. There is still some question as to the structure of his new deal, but early reports are that it is an extension on top of the 5th Year Option the team has already signed him to.
On the field, the Chiefs offense didn’t appear to stand out in any way. They spread the ball around and got a lot of work in with the two minute offense. Both are areas where the offense will need to get stronger. However, there wasn’t much in the way of big play highlights.
The offense will start to click more as the practices go on and the running game gets involved more, but it would be encouraging to see some better connection between Alex Smith and his receivers early on.
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