Adam TycherESPN Staff Writer1 minute read
KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Running back Isaiah Pacheco is recovering from surgery for a torn lip and a broken hand, coach Andy Reid said Monday after the Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up their three-day rookie camp.
“He’s making progress,” Reed said. I can’t even give you a timeline, but he’s on track. ”
The Chiefs begin offseason practices in late May. Training camp will start in July.
As a rookie last season, Pacheco led the Chiefs with 830 yards. A 7th round draft pick, Pacheco replaced Clyde Edwards-Helaire as the Chiefs were featured earlier in the season.
Pacheco also rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVII win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Chiefs didn’t sign veterans in free agency or select players for draft positions. increase.
Chiefs’ first-round draft pick and defensive end Felix Anudike Uzoma (Kansas State) did not participate in team training at rookie camp. He had surgery for a broken thumb before the draft.
“We’re slowly bringing him back,” Reid said on his return timeline. “Let’s see how he feels.”
Reed also said recently signed veteran Donovan Smith will begin offseason practice as the starting left tackle.The Chiefs lost free agency starter Orlando Brown to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jawaan Taylor, the Chiefs’ biggest addition in free agency, will play light tackle at first, Reed said.