For the first time since last January, the entire Kansas City Chiefs team will be on the field practicing. The CBA has officially been ratified, according to multiple reports, meaning the league year can officially open. It also means that those free agents that signed new deals can now get on the field.
That means the following players can hit the field for the first time for the Chiefs: C Casey Wiegmann, S Jon McGraw, CB Travis Daniels, WR Terrance Copper, TE Leonard Pope, OT Ryan O'Callaghan, RB Jackie Battle, S Reshard Langford (ERFA), Wallace Gilberry (RFA), CB Brandon Carr (RFA), OT Barry Richardson (RFA), FB Mike Cox (RFA), WR Steve Breaston, NT Kelly Gregg, WR Zeke Markshausen, WR Chris Manno, FB Le'Ron McClain and LB Brandon Siler.
You can throw LB Tamba Hali in there but the Chiefs haven't officially announced his new deal yet so he may not be there until they do.
Unfortunately, I'm unable to make it to practice today but we'll keep an eye out for any updates coming through.