On the field, the Kansas City Chiefs offense really controlled most of the day. That’s especially true of quarterback Aaron Murray who took full advantage of his opportunity and had his best practice of camp. Murray connected on several well-thrown touchdown passes to a number of different targets. That’s what the coaching staff needs to see from him.
On the receiving end of those catches, there was no one receiver who stood out as almost every man competing for the #2 job wowed the crowd at some point with a great catch. If you have to give the day’s game ball to anyone though, it’s probably Chris Conley who had several impressive catches against the first team defense.
Rod Streater also had a strong day today. Streater made a couple of impressive catches in Saturday’s game and did the same today in practice. He will need to work hard to move up on the ladder though because the Chiefs have younger/cheaper options in Chris Conley and Albert Wilson who have done nothing yet to lose their jobs to Streater.
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