The Kansas City Chiefs held their final practice of training camp on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium.
It was a wet and rainy practice, but as usual Andy Reid likes his players to have opportunities to practice in football weather. It was the typical 10-10-10 practice which dictates a quick pace as the team cycles through 10 plays of offensive work, 10 plays of defensive work and 10 minutes of special teams drills a number of times.
The biggest observation from the final practice is that even on the final day, during a rainy practice, the team looked to keep the energy high. There are many roster decisions that the coaches and front office are still working through and it’s clear that few things have been decided. With that in mind, here are seven observations from the final practice at Chiefs training camp.