WICHITA, Kan. - Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Tysyn Hartman taught kids the fundamentals of football Saturday afternoon.
Hartman served as a counselor at fellow Kansas State Wildcat Arthur Brown and his brother Bryce Brown's camp in Wichita, Kan.
While at the camp, Hartman says he's getting ready for Chiefs training camp later this month.
"I'm feeling pretty good. I just need to keep getting better. I need grind everyday to improve my game and compete against the other guys," Hartman said.
With a new coach and new quarterback, Hartman says him and his teammates are looking forward to getting started at training camp.
"We have a whole new staff. We are putting in a whole new system. We are all optimistic about returning six Pro Bowlers. We are just really excited to get that bad taste out of our mouths from last year and win some games," Hartman said.
The Chiefs will open camp in St. Joseph on July 26.
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