The Chiefs on Sunday wrapped up their final day of mandatory minicamp. Once again, they had 100 percent participation from players under contract. The lone missing player was Jarrad Page, who has yet to sign his restricted free agent tender.
The Chiefs ran some individual drills, broke off into position groups for more drills then concluded things with some 11-on-11.
The offense, which is usually behind the defense at this stage of things, began to catch up.
The play of the day was a Matt Cassel touchdown pass to Tony Moeaki in red zone work. Cassel threw a perfect ball to the corner of the end zone where only Moeaki, flanked by defenders on each side of him, could get it. He caught the ball at the peak of his jump, came down and dragged his feet. An outstanding play.
Travis Daniels continued his solid offseason performance with a Tyler Palko interception. If it were a game, he'd have gone to the house.
That ended minicamp for the weekend as Todd Haley let them out a little early.
Once again, all is well at Arrowhead.