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Not Every Chief Passes Haley's Conditioning Test

The word is that most, but not all, of the Kansas City Chiefs passed their conditioning test this morning.The Red Zone fills us in on one player who didn't make it:

Defensive end Glenn Dorsey admitted Friday that he was among the handful of players who didn't pass the test.

"Close," he said after a long pause. "I've still got a ways to go."

In Dorsey's defense, he had ice taped to his left lower leg. It's ostensibly the same injury that kept Dorsey out of most offseason practices. Dorsey has enough work ahead that he can't afford a long absence from practices, which begin tomorrow. Haley has said players can't join team activities before passing the test.

We don't have a full list of who passed and who didn't but it seems like the test went well for most of the players. The conditioning test was closed to the media and you can bet that nobody from the team will leak that info.

Here are some updates on the test from the UW-RF site:

"Most guys made it," Cottam said. He said the team knew the test was coming, so they had been preparing for it and working hard in the off-season. Cottam said that the mentality of the team so far has been "exciting and new."

Running back Jamal Charles was pleased with how this morning's conditioning test went, commenting that everyone made time, and as a whole, the team looks to be in good shape.

More coming later today.

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