CBS affiliate KCTV in Kansas City reported Tuesday evening that
Camp opens on Wednesday for the Chiefs with the first practice on Thursday. Charles is allegedly seeking a new deal as he's paid $9 million per year less than Adrian Peterson and doesn't make as much as Reggie Bush and Ray Rice. Charles scored 19 touchdowns for the Chiefs last season.
"I've decided to go seek help, get [the] attention that I need -- hopefully somebody can help me out," Sanders said per the Florida Times-Union. "I should be OK; I just want to get better and come back and be ready to play. Sometimes life hits and it's hard."
McClain is a candidate to start at middle linebacker while Jon Beason recovers from his own foot injury. McClain suffered his injury in the team's first practice Tuesday.
"I had the surgeries, so I needed to get out here, get situated before the vets get here," Fisher said. "I’m glad to be here early so I can get a jump on things."
Fisher played right tackle last year, so the extra time should help him adjust to protecting Alex Smith's blind side. He said he hasn't lost strength despite not being able to bench press following the shoulder operation.
"I’ve been in there working," he said. "When you can’t bench, there’s other things you can do. That’s what I was doing."
In addition, the team placed nose tackle
All the players can come off the list and start practicing at any time.
Pierce could be in for a big early-season workload if Ray Rice is suspended as expected.