The Kansas City Chiefs begin Phase 3 of the offseason workout program with Organized Team Activities (OTAs) starting on Wednesday, May 25. This will be the first of three groups of OTA practice sessions. In total, there will be 10 individual OTA practices during the course of Phase 3.
While the players won’t be putting on pads quite yet, they’ll be getting back to team drills, which is a big step forward in offseason workouts. It’s basically the most extensive football work for the full team since the end of the 2021 NFL season.
Here are six things to keep an eye on with OTAs about to begin for the Chiefs: