We just wrapped up the final portion of the Chiefs rookie minicamp viewable to the media. It's an absolutely gorgeous day here at Arrowhead with temperatures around 64 degrees and a slight wind.
There's not a whole lot newsy stuff going on after today's session. We'll (hopefully) be hearing from Jon Asamoah, Cameron Sheffield and Kendrick Lewis as well as Todd Haley this afternoon.
Here's the rundown on what went down at practice.
McCluster doing it all, again
In three days of the Chiefs rookie minicamp, rookie Dexter McCluster has worked out with the receivers (Friday), running backs (Saturday morning), returned kicks (Saturday afternoon) and now this morning the receivers once again (though he was also with the running backs for a little bit).
He and other receivers were catching passes from tryout QB Bill Stull. It looks like the Chiefs are using these early sessions to let him get a taste of everything.
Eric Berry and Javier Arenas was also back participating in practice. Yesterday he (along with Javier Arenas) sat out team drills for an unknown reason. Doesn't look like the reason for him sitting out was injury related.
He worked out at other individual drills yesterday, though.
He was doing drills with the other defensive backs. Emmitt Thomas was on the field giving instruction.
Chandler Williams sitting out
H/T to Bob Gretz on this one as I didn't notice this but WR Chandler Williams sat out.
How many years of coaching is that?
Upon first arriving at practice this morning, I saw Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel talkin' shop with offensive line coach Bill Muir.
Crennel started at Western Kentucky in 1970. His only year off, according to his bio, was 2009. Muir, meanwhile, began his career in 1965 at Susquenhanna (after he was done playing there).
Total NFL experience: 61 years