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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 5/26

Good morning. Not a lot of Kansas City Chiefs news out there this morning. Enjoy the holiday and please keep the reason for it in mind.

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Rookie Mini Camp Day Two Recap from The Mothership

Q: Did you play left tackle at McGill?

DUVERNAY-TARDIF: "I played a mix of everything."

Q: So are you pretty comfortable on the right side then?

DUVERNAY-TARDIF: "I think I'm more comfortable on the left and at guard."

Eric Berry's Man 2 Man Event from The Mothership

For the fourth consecutive year, Chiefs S Eric Berry hosted the Man 2 Man event at Arrowhead Stadium. The event benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Greater Kansas City, an organization that matches children facing adversity with adult mentors for life-changing relationships.

"We wanted to be a part of working with Eric Berry to make a difference in the Kansas City community," Micheal Lawrence, CEO of BBBS of Greater KC, explained. "We worked with Eric to create this event to challenge the men of Kansas City to get involved and make a difference for the future men of Kansas City."

KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Rookie Mini Camp Day 2 Gallery

KCChiefs.com Video: Rookie Mini Camp Day Two: Zach Fulton

KCChiefs.com Video: Rookie Mini Camp Day Two: Phillip Gaines

KCChiefs.com Video: Rookie Mini Camp Day Two: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Adjustments Continue In Rookie Minicamp from Chiefs Spin

Two afternoons of practice are officially in the books, with one more day to go on Monday to conclude the Chiefs' three-day rookie minicamp.

The practice tempo Sunday remained fast during 11-on-11 drills, but this time around appeared to offer fewer mistakes compared to Saturday.

Quarterback Aaron Murray, who threw four interceptions the previous day, only had one. His pick came courtesy of undrafted free-agent signing, former Tennessee-Martin inside linebacker Ben Johnson.

Aaron Murray Participates At Chiefs' Rookie Minicamp from NFL.com

Studies commissioned by Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery have shown that just 26 percent of all quarterbacks drafted by NFL teams go on to become at minimum short-term starters (i.e. 2 1/2 years). That percentage steadily decreases from the mid to late rounds of the draft.

This weekend's encouraging showing is welcome news for a player already facing long odds of making a lasting impact in Kansas City.