Kansas City Chiefs receiver Mark Harrison, a 6-foot-3 and 230-pound wideout from Rutgers, has used his size and strength to outleap defensive backs along the sideline several times and has shown an ability to snare passes in traffic during the Chiefs’ padded practices.
The KC Chiefs added Damond Smith of the CFL because of a need for depth at cornerback due to hamstring injuries to DeMarcus Van Dyke, David Van Dyke, and possible head injury suffered by Phillip Gaines.
Here’s everything you need to know about KC Chiefs training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, including parking, admission, fees, practice schedules, autographs, directions and more. The first open-to-the-public workout is scheduled for July 24.
During a two-play sequence in Sunday’s practice, Chiefs backup Tyler Bray showed both his strengths and weaknesses. Bray says he expects more from himself as the team’s training camp continues to churn on in St. Joseph.
One rookie who apparently has caught the eye of special teams coordinator Dave Toub is rookie receiver Albert Wilson. Wilson, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in May, returned 31 kicks for a 23.5 average and 15 punts for a 8.3 average last season at Georgia State.
On Saturday, Chiefs coach Andy Reid addressed what cornerback Sean Smith needs to do to earn his starting job back. On Sunday, it was defensive coordinator Bob Sutton’s turn. “This is a competitive unit and I think he’s just got to keep competing — he is not far away,” Sutton said.