Bye Week Practice Report – 10/11

From the Truman Sports Complex

The Chiefs went through the first of two bye week practices Tuesday morning at their facility.

The session was scheduled to last just under 90 minutes and was to include a conditioning run afterwards. The players were in early for a weight lifting session and there were meetings scheduled as well. On Wednesday, they’ll have a practice earlier in the morning and then the players will be off until Monday.

All 61 players were on the field Tuesday, but not all were taking part in the practice. Head coach Todd Haley said he was giving some of his players who put in a lot of play time on Sunday in Indianapolis an extra rest. That group was led by C Casey Wiegmann, LG Ryan Lilja, TE Leonard Pope and WR Steve Breaston.

RB Jackie Battle (head) and FB Le’Ron McClain (neck) also did not participate as both left the Indianapolis game with their injuries. Haley remained optimistic after further evaluation of both players on Monday that they should not be out of the action for any long period of time.

375 Responses to “Bye Week Practice Report – 10/11”

  • October 11, 2011  - txchief says:

    Two bye week practices? Extra rest for the players? Sounds like a repeat of the cupcake training camp that completely failed the team and its’ fans. There should be alot of remediation going on right now!

  • October 12, 2011  - KC_Guy says:

    txchief: read then CBA – it’s all in there. They’ll have a normal training schedule next week – may be even a day more as they will start again on Monday-

  • October 12, 2011  - txchief says:

    Looks like the CBA will harm the preparation of the players for the games, and the quality of the NFL product will deteriorate also. Other teams seem to get more preparation than the Chief under the same work agreement.

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