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July 31, 2013 6:04 PM

Chiefs’ Baldwin hopes offseason work improves his production on field

If third-year receiver Jonathan Baldwin fails to play up to his potential this season as a much-needed complement to No. 1 target Dwayne Bowe, it won’t be for a lack of conditioning. After getting a taste of new coach Andy Reid’s fast-paced, West Coast offense during organized team activities this spring, Baldwin realized he’d be better off reporting to training camp a tad lighter.

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