The Chiefs held their 10th and final practice of organized team activities on Friday, and will conclude offseason workouts with their three-day mandatory minicamp, which starts Tuesday.
One player who is unlikely to be in attendance is Justin Houston, who has been offered a one-year, $13.1 million franchise tender by the Chiefs but has skipped OTAs as he seeks a long-term contract with the team.
“I don’t know that,” Reid said, when asked if Houston will participate next week. “He probably won’t be. We just move on. I don’t really get caught up in all that stuff.”
Reid, however, said he expects rookie cornerbacks Marcus Peters, the Chiefs’ first-round pick, and Steven Nelson, the Chiefs’ third-round pick, to attend next week’s minicamp.
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The two have missed OTAs because of NCAA rules.