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May 24, 2014 8:47 PM

Despite recent injury, Chiefs not treating rookie QB Aaron Murray with kid gloves

Despite suffering a torn ACL in his right knee a little over six months ago, quarterback Aaron Murray, Kansas City’s fifth-round draft pick, was not limited in drills Saturday at the Chiefs’ rookie minicamp. Murray wore a large brace on the knee and took a number of snaps and made a number of throws during team and individual drills.

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