The Kansas City Chiefs did little to address their passing attack this offseason, but help is on the way in the form of a 2013 draft pick.
Tight end Travis Kelce joined rookies and selected veterans for an early start to training camp on Monday, per The Kansas City Star. He had been limited to individual drills in offseason practices after undergoing microfracture knee surgery in October.
Now 100 percent recovered, Kelce was noticeably brace-free while catching passes from Alex Smith on Monday.
He ended up playing just one special teams snap in a lost rookie season.
With 4.61 wheels, Kelce can challenge safeties down the seam, opening the underneath routes that Smith likes to exploit in Andy Reid's offense.
Now that he's back to full health, Kelce is a prime candidate for a breakout season in the City of Fountains.