Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
Today's Chiefs rookie camp roundup: The most significant development has the Chiefs began the three-day camp is that tight end Travis Kelce and linebacker Derrick Johnson were able to participate. Neither practiced during the off-season, Kelsey after having shoulder surgery and Johnson after tearing an Achilles tendon late last season. Both players could be available for full duty on Friday when the Chiefs begin full-squad training camp. Otherwise, since only rookies, quarterbacks and players coming off injuries could participate, the Chiefs operated with a skeleton crew. They had available, for instance, only three lineman on offense and two on defense. The Chiefs hadn't practiced together since the middle of June and the inactivity showed in the passing game. Even in a practice conducted with no contact, the Chiefs completed just 11-of-26 passes in their 7-on-7 drills. "Obviously, having five, six weeks off, it's just good to get back out, working our way back to real football, quarterback Alex Smith saiid.