Kansas City Chiefs have four days of OTAs this week

Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

Taking a look at the Kansas City Chiefs offseason schedule this week.

We are past the halfway point of the Kansas City Chiefs 2014 offseason schedule. The KC Chiefs offseason work began with phase one on April 21, entered into phase two after a couple of weeks and now they continue on in phase three with OTAs this week.

Offseason workouts begin: April 21

Rookie minicamp: May 24-26

OTAs: May 27-29, June 3-5, June 10-13

Mandatory Minicamp: June 17-19

The Chiefs have four days of OTAs this week, beginning on Tuesday and going through Friday. As with the other OTAs, phase three means there can be 11-on-11 work but there is still no tackling and the players are not wearing full pads, which will come in training camp in late July.

After this week's work, the Chiefs will move onto the mandatory minicamp the following week. That's when things should get a little more interesting. We could possibly see some developments in the absence of Brandon Flowers and Justin Houston. Those players could be eligible for fines if they skipped the mandatory minicamp. There is no indication either way whether Flowers or Houston will show for mandatory minicamp.

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