Colts coach Chuck Pagano wore a No. 29 Eric Berry shirt to Colts practice Tuesday, paying tribute to the player who last week said he was cancer free a year after being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma.
Eric Berry’s return to football after beating Hodgkin lymphoma continues to be the best story of training camp, but the Chiefs are still going to be careful with him as he get re-accustomed to the physicality of professional football.
With 15 more tackles, Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson will have exactly 1,000, surpassing the Chiefs record set by linebacker Gary Spani during 1978-86. Where will 1,000 career tackles rank in NFL history? No telling. Tackles are not an official NFL statistic.
Cornerback Marcus Peters, who was taken with the No. 18 pick in this year’s NFL Draft, made his presence known Monday at training camp, recording three interceptions during team periods — with at least two coming off quarterback Alex Smith.
Kansas City Chiefs center Eric Kush’s custom-made Jeep features monster tires and massive American and Chiefs flags that hang off the back, swinging freely through the breeze, while Kush goes from place to place.
One of the best stories of the Chiefs’ 2015 training camp lasted less than 72 hours. On Sunday, the club announced that it had released former Raytown running back LaVance Taylor — the player who asked the Chiefs for a job via Twitter and got one — to make room for running back Darrin Reaves of Alabama-Birmingham.