Things weren’t nearly as crisp on the offensive side of the ball for the Kansas City Chiefs. That’s especially true for backup quarterback Tyler Bray who struggled through most of the team drills. Bray threw a pair of bad interceptions and had a number of other off-target throws. With he and Aaron Murray still taking a similar number of reps with the second team, Bray will need to recover quickly.
The offensive line saw some changes today, though partly as a result of Parker Ehinger’s injury. Zach Fulton got a lot of reps with the first team offense, which would seem to signal that he is indeed the primary backup for the interior line. Veteran Jah Reid played left tackle with the second team, having been at right tackle prior. It would appear he is the swing tackle option at this point.
Some of the receivers still managed to have a good day. Demarcus Robinson hauled in another big play touchdown while Chris Conley and Tyreek Hill got in some good reps as well. Travis Kelce had a very impressive one-handed grab. Not a lot has been said about Kelce, but he’s having a great camp. The other tight ends had an off day.
All in all, this was a low key practice that was likely intended to give guys a chance to retain what they have picked up over the past couple of days, as well as rest their bodies a little bit. The coaching staff certainly doesn’t want to overwork the players, or expose them to pointless injuries this early on. The team is off tomorrow but will be back at it Friday morning.