With five full-squad practices in the books, Chiefs coach Andy Reid was asked Wednesday whether he’s seen enough to pursue free agents on the offensive or defensive lines.
Reid made it sound like more evaluation is needed, though general manager John Dorsey is known for his habit of actively turning over the bottom of the roster.
“We’ve had two days of contact,” Reid said. “John is always going to keep his eyes open for that type of stuff — that’s what that department does.
“But the guys are working hard. I like the effort, I like what I’m seeing. I’m seeing some improvement with some guys. We’ve just got to keep getting better.”
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Notable free agents who remain on the market are former Philadelphia guard Evan Mathis and Seattle defensive tackle Tony McDaniel.
Off day looms
The Chiefs will have an off day Thursday before kicking off six straight days of practice Friday.
Reid was asked what his players are charged with doing while they’re gone.
“To get wherever they’re going, come back on time and be safe and be good citizens,” Reid said.