Shaun Draughn already knows the value of a strong preseason.
As one of only a handful of veterans already at Chiefs training camp, the rookies can look to him for advice — even if the running back’s NFL experience is limited. On Tuesday, the Chiefs held the first of three non-public practices at Missouri Western with rookies, quarterbacks and selected eligible veterans, a valuable chance at repetitions for unproven guys looking to catch Kansas City coaches’ eye during the next three weeks.
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