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Chiefs happy to breaking camp healthy

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Chiefs happy to breaking camp healthy

Chiefs happy to breaking camp healthy

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he was glad to get through training camp relatively healthy, but also noted that injuries often provide an opportunity for other players to shine.

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JOSEPH.THE TEAM WRAPPED UP --TRAINING CAMP TODAY.SOME PLAYERS DIDN'TPRACTICE--BECAUSE OFPREVIOUS INJURIES.BUTTHE CHIEFS DIDN'T HAVEANY MAJOR INJURIESDURING CAMP.COACH ANDY REID WASHAPPY ABOUT THE LACKOF INJURIES -- BUT ADDEDTHATINJURIES SOMETIMESPROVIDE GOOD THINGSFOR THE TEAM.ANDY REID/CHIEFS HEAD COACH"if somebody gets knicked up wegetem better with Rick, the nextguysget an opportunity to jump inandpartiicpat.

For a couplepositiosnthat's been big to allow some oftheyounger guys to get some reps."PLAYERS ARE OFFTOMORROW ---RESTINGBEFORE THEIR SECONDPRESEASON GAME INPITTSBURGH SATURDAYNIGHT.THE NEXT COUPLE OFWEEKS WILL BE BIG FORPLAYERS TRYING TO MAKETHE ROSTER.AUGUST 31ST IS THEDEADLINE FOR THETEAM-ROSTER TO BE CUT--- TO 53-PLAYERS.SEPTEMBER 8TH IS THEFIRST REGULAR SEASONGAME.AS PART OF OUR CHIEFSTALK --AFTER THE BREAK --



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