Coach Romeo Crennel notes that SS Eric Berry is finally back to pre-injury form over the past few weeks.
Chiefs SS Eric Berry acknowledged that he hasn't been himself this season because it's "like my rookie year all over again."
Matt Williamson of Scout Inc. said Chiefs SS Eric Berry (ACL) "doesn’t look like the same guy as when he entered the NFL."
Appearing on Sirius NFL Radio on Wednesday, Chiefs SS Eric Berry declared himself 100 percent recovered from last year's torn left ACL.
Chiefs SS Eric Berry (torn ACL) expects to be 100 percent for the beginning of training camp.
Chiefs SS Eric Berry told WHB Kansas City on Thursday that his surgically repaired knee "feels great."
Chiefs GM Scott Pioli expects SS Eric Berry (torn ACL) to make a "full football return" before the start of training camp.
Chiefs placed SS Eric Berry on injured reserve with a torn left ACL, ending his season.
According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs are concerned that SS Eric Berry's Week 1 knee injury "could be serious."
Chiefs SS Eric Berry was forced from Sunday's opener with a knee injury.
Chiefs SS Eric Berry concedes that his body was "just through" after playing all 1,065 defensive snaps and roughly half of the Chiefs' 468 special teams plays last season.
Chiefs SS Eric Berry was the only Kansas City defender to play 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps in 2010.
Eric Berry and Jamaal Charles are among the Chiefs expected to participate in informal team workouts if the players are locked out this spring.
According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen -- who recently attended Chiefs camp -- rookie FS Eric Berry "looks like the real deal."