Nick Toney KCChiefs.com Reporter, talks with Chiefs position coaches about players who are developing and making the team better as a whole. QB Coach Jim Zorn talks about the improvements he is seeing in the passing game. There is also mention of how Rookie Dontari Poe is fitting into the Defensive Line.
Following Thursday’s OTAs at the Chiefs training facility, positional coaches and coordinators met with media to discuss all things Chiefs.
From the improvement of players during OTAs to mandatory Chiefs minicamp next week (June 12 to June 14), here’s what Romeo Crennel’s staff had to say about the team so far:
Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll on adapting his offense to fit his new players:
“You come to a new place where you have a big play book, and what you have to do is install something new every day–each rep counts to learn the offense better. It’s our job too, to look at the players and really dissect who is getting the offense and who we have to spend a little more time on. Everyone has a system and everyone has plays in a playbook they are usually pretty big on. But it’s your job as a coach to adapt the system to your guys on the team. These guys are all getting reps for the first time and it’s our job to see them and make little changes if needed, that’s just your job as a coach.”
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