One of the reasons why the Kansas City Chiefs have rebounded is they have a strong mix of good veteran leadership and young talent.
"The only thing I've been getting from Brian Waters, (Jon) McGraw and those guys is that they're trying to set up things within the Chiefs," Berry told the radio station. "Just trying to get us together, get the players together and discuss some things. We're supposed to be having a meeting on the fourth. We're just trying to get some things ironed out and get a little schedule together I guess."
This shows that the players in Kansas City are focused on the long-term and believe in the big picture despite the lockout. Teams that take this approach will likely have an easy transition once the lockout ends.
In other AFC West-related nuggets:
The Raiders and Chiefs are working out South Carolina defensive back Chris Culliver.