The Kansas City Chiefs are making their goals this preseason very clear: enter the 2012 regular season as healthy as can be. The team is going to be taking it easy with players who are coming back from injury and they've added considerable depth on both sides of the ball. The team will continue to practice, work out and get ready but they won't release the horses until the bell sounds for week one against the Atlanta Falcons.
To that end, it's good news that the Chiefs are learning that their injured players from last year -- Eric Berry, Jamaal Charles, Brandon Siler, Matt Cassel and Tony Moeaki -- are back and cleared to practice.
All injured #chiefs passed their physicals and are good to go— Bob Fescoe (@bobfescoe) July 27, 2012
The Chiefs official training camp begins today, so getting this type of good news early at St. Joseph is a good sign that the Chiefs will be ready.