Cameron Erving coming off shoulder surgery

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The Chiefs aren’t working with a full complement on offense during OTAs, with a few players missing because of offseason surgeries.

Via Brooke Pryor of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs guard Cameron Erving wasn’t practicing during today’s OTA because he’s coming off shoulder surgery.

Erving started 13 games last year for the Chiefs, finding a role as their starting left guard after he was acquired in a trade with the Browns.

The Chiefs were also without tight end Travis Kelce, who is coming off ankle surgery. Coupled with the absence of wide receiver Tyreek Hill, they’re working without some key parts.

3 responses to “Cameron Erving coming off shoulder surgery

  1. If the “Chiefs have the best offense and QB in the league” as some mental midget proclaimed then why were they invisible in the 1st half of the AFCCG last year? Why didn’t I see them in the Super Bowl? Why didn’t Kansas City host a championship parade in February? When KC fans refer to Tyreek Hill as the most dangerous receiver in the game, I wonder if they knew what they were referring to. It was fun while it lasted KC.

  2. polksaladandy says:
    May 23, 2019 at 3:24 pm
    If the “Chiefs have the best offense and QB in the league” as some mental midget proclaimed then why were they invisible in the 1st half of the AFCCG last year? Why didn’t I see them in the Super Bowl? Why didn’t Kansas City host a championship parade in February? When KC fans refer to Tyreek Hill as the most dangerous receiver in the game, I wonder if they knew what they were referring to. It was fun while it lasted KC.

    Did you watch the Chiefs tear up the Pats in the 2nd half? A coin flip away from the super bowl. No other team even challenged the pats in the playoffs.

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