From Tuesday to Thursday of this week, the Kansas City Chiefs will hold mandatory team mini-camps after recently finishing up voluntary organized team activities. The Chiefs already had their rookie camp in May, where first round draft choice Dontari Poe seems to have made a strong impression on leaders among the team.
This is just another step in Kansas City's path to back to relevance this season, playing in a division that's suddenly been shaken up by the addition of Peyton Manning to the Denver Broncos.
It's going to be rough road though, because as we know, after OTAs comes mini-camp, and after that comes training camp. And nobody likes training camp, but it's where the contenders begin contending.
The rookie Poe is going to be constant highlighted story until Chiefs fans finally get to see him on the field.
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