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Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry is feeling good about what’s going down with his team.
A new general manager and coach, quarterback, and influx of talented free agents has him excited about the 2013 season.
He not only thinks they can improve on the dismal 2-14 record from a year ago, he going as far as saying the playoffs are within their reach.
The Chiefs chose him with the fifth overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, and he was selected for the Pro Bowl following his rookie season.
After tearing his ACL in 2011, he returned to the Pro bowl in 2012 and now is looking to help his team get to the playoffs.
“As long as we keep working, as long as we keep getting better every day, and everyone comes in focused, we have a very, very high chance of reaching the playoffs – which is not our only goal but it’s the first step toward where we want to go,” Berry said, via Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com.
“So, as long as we just keep working and keep moving forward, I feel li...
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According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles left practice with a toe injury. The good news is that is sounds like he’ll be fine.
Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles left practice with toe injury. I'm told it was stepped on but he is fine. #chiefs
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) May 31, 2013
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