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9 Chiefs counted absent from Wednesday’s mandatory minicamp practice

9 Chiefs counted absent from Wednesday’s mandatory minicamp practice

Photo by David Eulitt/ All players currently under contract are required to attend these practice sessions. According to Arrowhead Pride’s Pete Sweeney, a total of nine players were not in attendance for the second day of the Kansas City Chiefs’ three-day mandatory minicamp: left tackle Orlando Brown Jr., tight end Blake Bell, defensive ends Frank Clark and Malik Herring, cornerbacks Rashad Fenton and Trent McDuffie, running back Jerick McKinnon and offensive lineman Prince Tega Wanogho. Right tackle Lucas Niang and cornerback Joshua Williams were present, but not...

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