KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs began their final week of voluntary workouts Tuesday, though you wouldn't know they've been voluntary by the attendance.
Just about everyone has been at practice every day.
No holdouts, no drama.
Instead, the Chiefs under new coach Andy Reid have been busily installing their offense and defense, getting acclimated with each other and preparing for next week's mandatory minicamp.
"The guys are working hard. They've come in with the right attitude," Reid said. "We've thrown a lot at them offensively, defensively. The defense is blitzing like crazy; the offense is moving around. It's great work on both sides."
For the most part, progress has been plain to see.
When organized team activities began a couple weeks ago, Reid often was yelling at guys to pick up the pace. Quarterback Alex Smith looked like a traffic cop trying to get players into the right position, and more than once, Reid had to call everyone back to the huddle and start ...