It’s always interesting to hear rookies’ first impressions of teammates. Chiefs center Mitch Morse was asked who has impressed him.
Not surprisingly he looked across the line of scrimmage.
“I knew once Mike DeVito put the pads on, he was going to be a strong man,” Morse said. “Just look at the guy. Jaye Howard is an incredibly strong guy. Their game is amplified with pads, so you game has to step up another notch if you want to compete.”
Morse, a second-round draft selection from Missouri, said he’s leaned on fellow center Eric Kush, the third-year pro.
Digital Access For Only $0.99
For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today.
“That’s a good dude right there,” Morse said. “Very football savvy and has been in my shoes once before. If I’m having kind of a down day, he says, ‘Listen, this is what you need to do,’ and ‘You’re not the only guy who’s been through this.’”
Morse has been working with the second-team offensive line along with left tackle Derek Sherrod, left guard Zach Fulton, right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and right tackle Jarrod Pughsley.