Texans, Chiefs rookies report to training camp

Amidst a sea of uncertainty regarding the 2020 NFL season and doubts about preseason games, rookies for the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans began reporting to training camp on Monday.Chiefs rookies were informed Sunday that training camp would be “a go.”But to gain access to the team’s facility, all players must produce two negative COVID-19 test results before they can enter.”That could take you into four days here,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Monday in a Zoom call with reporters. “There’s a point where we’ll be able to have the guys lift and meet with them and do a potential walk-through with them.”Houston visits the Chiefs in the NFL regular-season opener on Sept. 10 in Kansas City. But getting to Week 1 of the regular season will involve clearing hurdles.The NFL and union have been discussing protocol and safety issues for several days. The latest proposal exchanged includes reducing the number of preseason games to one per team, 16 total games.In a typical year, teams play four preseason games apiece.

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