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2016 Schedule
11-5, 2nd in AFC West
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The most important NFL injury so far is...

That would be Justin Houston's ACL surgery, which was the only injury to make Dan Graziano's list of the offseason's most important happenings for 2016. Moves with immediate impact

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The situation between the Chiefs and safety Eric Berry took an ominous turn with ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting Berry would miss most if not all of the preseason. This is no negotiating ploy by Berry, the Chiefs' unsigned franchise player. There's nothing to negotiate. Either Berry accepts the Chiefs' one-year contract offer worth about $10.8 million and plays or he doesn't accept it and sits out.

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WRs who make more than Antonio Brown

Several other wideouts make more money than the league's most productive receiver, who will get $6.3 million in base salary this year. Alshon Jeffery and Demaryius Thomas will each make more than twice that.

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Pair of Chiefs makes all-retirement team

Husain Abdullah was productive enough to earn a spot on our squad of players who called it quits this offseason. Another former Chief -- who left Kansas City back in 2008 -- also made the list. All-retirement team

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Jamaal Charles was placed on the physically unable to perform list by the Chiefs. He won't be able to practice until he oasses a physical exam. Coach Andy Reid said he didn't expect Charles to pass the physical in time to participate in the start of training camp on Saturday. Charles missed the final 11 regular season games last year with a torn ACL.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 15 is wide receiver Mike Williams, who practiced this morning as the Chiefs began a three-day mini-camp for rookies, quarterbacks and selected injured veterans. Williams, signed by the Chiefs in the offseason, hadn't practiced with his new team because of a hamstring injury. Williams, who caught 193 passes and scored 23 touchdowns for the Bucs from 2010 through 2012, is trying to resurrect his career.

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Eric Berry is making a point

The Chiefs safety cannot get a long-term deal until next offseason, so his expected holdout from camp seems like more of a message to the team than anything, unless he plans to sit out the season. Unhappy with contracts

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Sources: Berry expected to miss Chiefs preseason

A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the Chiefs' unsigned, franchise-tagged safety Eric Berry is expected to miss most, if not all, of the preseason.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs begin this morning a three-day camp for rookies, quarterbacks and some players coming off injuries. That last group includes running back Jamaal Charles, who practiced little in the offseason. But expect little or nothing from Charles for these three days even if he's cleared medically. "That isn't what these three days are for," coach Andy Reid said.

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Do the Chiefs need Jamaal Charles?

Nothing against the NFL's all-time leader in yards per carry (min. 1,000 attempts), but Kansas City's run game did just fine in Charles' absence a year ago.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs coach Andy Reid opened his remarks in his news conference to open training camp by remembering former Vikings and Cardinals coach Denny Green, who passed away last week at 64. "What a great person he was," Reid said. "A tremendous person and a great football coach. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this time. He'll be missed by a lot of people in the National Football League."

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Some good and bad metrics for Chiefs

It might be tough for Andy Reid's club to post a plus-14 turnover margin again. But on the bright side, the Chiefs' schedule should get much easier in 2016. Barnwell: Bounce-back teams

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's where it will all happen for the Chiefs at training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Rookies and quarterbacks report to camp Tuesday and begin a three-day mini-camp on Wednesday. The rest of the players report on Friday and full squad camp begins on Saturday.

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All eyes on Justin Houston

Few injury recoveries will be watched as closely in the coming months as Houston's rehab from ACL surgery. His timetable for a return remains unclear. Injury questions

Team Stats

Passing Yards203.430th
Rushing Yards127.86th
Points For25.39th
Points Against17.93rd

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