ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs opened their third full team practice Monday by putting the pads on for the first time this camp.
"All and all I thought it was a good day guys worked their tails off, appreciated the effort and got a lot of reps in," head coach Andy Reid said.
Practices like Monday are good for the team as they have a chance to go live during 11 on 11 sessions and to do full contract drills. The team only has a handful full padded practices due the collecting bargaining agreement set up by the NFLPA.
Training camp continues Tuesday as the Chiefs prepare for their first preseason game August 10 at home against the Bengals.