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12-4, 1st in AFC West

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Fullback Anthony Sherman always sets the standard for style at check-in day at the dorm at Chiefs camp. "I think it actually looks pretty sweet," Sherman said, referring to the mohawk haircut.

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Would Chiefs signing Kaepernick make other owners look bad? (1:33)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Chiefs rookie camp roundup: The Chiefs wrapped up their three-day mini-camp with a 75-minute practice session. The Chiefs worked without quarterback Alex Smith, tight end Travis Kelce and linebacker Derrick Johnson, who were excused. The passing game, which struggled the first two days of camp, perked up with quarterbacks Tyler Bray, Patrick Mahomes II and Joel Stave combining to complete 12-of-16 passes in the 7-on-7 drills. The Chiefs finished with the highlight of the day, a diving catch in the end zone by undrafted rookie tight end Emanuel Byrd. The Chiefs will soon be on to bigger things. Veterans report to training camp later today and the full squad practices for the first time on Friday.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Chiefs rookie camp roundup: Undrafted rookie quarterback JR Nelson was the star in the rainy, 1 1/2-hour practice session. Nelson made two interceptions on deep passes, including one from by Patrick Mahomes II that he had to dive for in order to make the catch. Even when not throwing against Nelson, the passing game again struggled when veteran tight and Travis Kelce wasn't the intended receiver. The Chiefs completed 9-of-25 passes in 7-on-7 drills, following an 11-for-26 performance on Tuesday. Kelce had four of the couches in today's session, including two in the end zone. The three-day camp for rookies, quarterbacks and veterans coming off injuries concludes Thursday when the remainder of the roster reports to training camp. But Kelce and two other veterans who have participated in the first two sessions, quarterback Alex Smith and linebacker Derrick Johnson, will be excused by coach Andy Reid.

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Don't look for change from Smith (0:56)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Vick is serving as an intern on the Chiefs' coaching staff at training camp working with the quarterbacks.

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.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Travis Kelce, who missed all of off-season practice after having shoulder surgery, will participate in the Chiefs three-day rookie camp . Derrick Johnson will also take part. He tore an Achilles' tendon late last season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.819th
Rushing Yards109.315th
Points For24.213th
Points Against19.47th

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