Chiefs begin workouts

April 22, 2014


— More than three frustrating months after their season ended in Indianapolis, the Kansas City Chiefs gathered for the start of offseason workouts on Monday and there was plenty of news for coach Andy Reid to deliver.

Second-year pro Eric Fisher, who will slide from right tackle to left tackle, had surgery on his left shoulder and to repair a sports hernia. The Chiefs’ first-round pick a year ago has been rehabbing in Kansas City this offseason and hopes to be ready soon.

Reid also said that safety Sanders Commings had surgery for an undisclosed injury and has been cleared to work out. Travis Kelce, who had a season-ending knee injury last season, has also been progressing, and running back Knile Davis has recovered from a knee injury that he picked up in the playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

The Chiefs and Dwayne Bowe said they are unsure whether the wide receiver will be suspended by the league for his arrest last November. Bowe pleaded guilty last week to amended charges of defective equipment and littering in connection with his arrest for possessing marijuana.

And wide receiver Kyle Williams said on Twitter that he has re-signed with the Chiefs, who had not announced the deal. The Chiefs claimed him off waivers last season, only to lose him to a torn ACL a week later. He only appeared in one game and did not make a catch.


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