The most realistic hope for the Kansas City Chiefs to improve their passing game in 2014 is for them to get more than the 55 receptions they got last year from their tight ends. Their chances for that got better on Monday when Travis Kelce went through a full practice for the first time in almost a year.
Kelce moved around well and did so without a brace or any other kind of protection on the knee.
“From here, it’s just a matter of getting back into football shape and getting ready to play a 16-game season," he said.
Kelce is a player to monitor as training camp wears on. If he's healthy and making plays in practice, then there's a good chance that he'll see a lot of snaps during the regular season, as the Chiefs are hurting for playmakers in the passing game.