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2012 Kansas City Chiefs Offseason: Injured Players Tested For Training Camp Clearance

The Kansas City Chiefs have a crew of injured players that weren't able to participate in the offseason voluntary team activities and mandatory minicamp, but Monday is the day for many of them to undergo tests and hopefully receive medical clearance for training camp.

Some of those players include Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry and Tony Moeaki, all suffering from torn ACLs. Arrowhead Pride has this quote from Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel:

"They're all on the same timetable," Crennel said, via quotes sent out by the Chiefs. "They all have to get cleared on the 18th before they can be ready for training camp. If they get cleared, then we'll put them in training camp."

As Joel Thorman notes in that same post, these players are fortunate in having such a significant amount of time to recover from these injuries and return to form without missing too much.

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