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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid talks about how WR Mecole Hardman of Georgia and Virginia DB Juan Thornhill, the team's first two 2019 NFL Draft picks, will fit in and help the team.

Chiefs rookie receiver Mecole Hardman learned a lesson about quarterback Patrick Mahomes this week.

Hardman took part in the NFLPA Rookie Premier in Los Angeles, and he posted a photo on Twitter of making a one-handed catch while wearing his No. 17 Chiefs jersey.

The message, which should make Chiefs fans happy: “Sneak peek of what’s to come...”

Mahomes didn’t pass on the chance to share a bit of advice for his new receiver, who was taken in the second round of last month’s draft:

The emoji are clear indication that Mahomes was just playing around with Hardman.

Hardman should now realize that Mahomes is active on Twitter and is often quick to respond to his teammates’ tweets. To his credit, Hardman had a fun response:

Mahomes’ advice to keep running makes sense.

On Monday, Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman joked “There’s no clear routes in this offense anymore” while talking about Mahomes’ arm strength during a podcast.

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From covering the World Series to the World Cup, Pete has done a little bit of everything since joining The Star in 1997. He writes about baseball and has a quirky blog that augments The Star’s coverage of area teams.
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