Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley spoke with the media following today's OTAs. Here are some notes from this short Q&A:
- Started practicing outside earlier this week. Went inside when the storms hit in KC. Practicing both inside and outside is good for this team.
- Worked on the 2-minute drill. Had a good run after practice.
- Made good progress on Tuesday. The team took a step back today.
On the 2-minute drill and football IQ:
So many of these games come down to the last two minutes. We want to be a situationaly smart team. The 2-minute drill is a telling drill to me. Teaching a lot of things in a short time. It's a great drill.
On getting full speed reps for Glenn Dorsey:
Dorsey is learning a new system. Still working on getting him in shape. Dorsey has been working really hard, chomping at the bit to get into the action.
On meshing with Chan Gailey:
This is a learning experience for the coaches as well. Going through all of these plays for the first time together. Wants to work together as a complete staff. Crucial time for the staff to mesh. Watch tapes with both sides of the ball in the room.
Read the full transcript here.