Chiefs rookies prepare to welcome veterans after training camp day 3

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Posted at 10:12 AM, Jul 24, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-24 14:29:18-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — 1:12 p.m. | As the Kansas City Chiefs rookies prepare to welcome the veteran players to training camp after day three, KSHB 41 Sports Anchor Aaron Ladd recaps what the players are leaving out on the field.

11:00 a.m. | KSHB 41 Sports Anchor Aaron Ladd spoke with WR Skyy Moore to get his perspective on the Chiefs training camp.

Chiefs WR Skyy Moore discusses training camp

Following training, recruit Leo Chenal took the podium. He commented on playing against Mahomes.

“It’s kinda cool, the top of the top of the top. Iron sharpens iron but in reality it’s more like a diamond sharpening copper," Chenal said.

Afterwards, Darian Kinnard spoke with reporters. He said head coach Andy Reid prides himself on running one of the toughest camps, and he expects it to pay off.

"When season comes around I feel like we're going to be very confident," he said.

After practice, CB Josh Williams described his new teammate Jody Fortson as a "long dude" and a great player, and that they relate to one another on the struggles with coming out of a smaller school.

"I think I belong, regardless of where I came from," Williams said.

WATCH: Chiefs players speak to reporters after training camp day 3

Chiefs take podium after training camp day 3

Fortson said he feels like the is ready to go and is healthy. He says his support system wouldn't let him give up after tearing his Achilles tendon in 2021.

10:08 a.m. | The third day of the Kansas City Chiefs training camp continues on Sunday in St. Joseph, Missouri.

It is the final day of training before the veterans join the rookies and quarterbacks on the field.

Among the team was quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who wasted no time getting to work at training camp.

After training, TE Jody Fortson, LB Leo Chenal, OT Darian Kinnard and CB Josh Williams are expected to speak with reporters.