ESPN's Adam Teicher says a healthy TE Travis Kelce would allow the Chiefs to employ more two-tight end sets this season.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid confirmed he expects TE Travis Kelce (knee) to be ready for training camp.
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (knee) is without a timetable for a return to practice.
Second-year Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (knee) isn't participating in OTAs.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey singled out second-year TE Travis Kelce as "hopefully that weapon adds another element to the passing game."
Chiefs coach Andy Reid confirmed Monday that second-year TE Travis Kelce is "progressing well" from last year's microfracture knee surgery, and "doing everything" in the offseason conditioning program.
ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher expects second-year TE Travis Kelce to be the team's "pass receiver at tight end" in 2014, and "an important piece" of the Chiefs' passing game.
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (knee) is expected to be ready for OTAs.
If healthy, Travis Kelce (knee) is expected to get "plenty of playing time" in 2014.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey expects 2014 to be a "big year" for TE Travis Kelce.
Chiefs placed TE Travis Kelce on injured reserve with a right knee injury, ending his season.
Updating a previous item, Chiefs rookie TE Travis Kelce's Tuesday knee surgery was a microfracture procedure.
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Tuesday.
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (knee) has been ruled out for Week 5.