Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes hosting wide receivers for throwing session in Texas

The Kansas City Chiefs still have over 10 days to go until Phase I of the offseason program begins, but several players seem to be getting a headstart working together.

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes shared an Instagram story with a video from Preston Smith Photography. It shows him throwing to WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling at the TCU indoor practice facilities in Fort Worth, Texas. It’s not the first time these two have gathered down in Texas for some offseason work.

Valdes-Scantling isn’t the only receiver out training with Mahomes, though. He’s also joined by second-year wide receivers Skyy Moore and Justyn Ross.

Mahomes wasn’t the only one spotted throwing either. He was joined by San Francisco 49ers QB Trey Lance, who is throwing after suffering a season-ending ankle injury last year. He was also joined by the two other QBs on the Chiefs’ roster, Shane Buechele and Chris Oladokun.

Mahomes was also joined by his personal QB and throwing coach Jeff Christiansen, as well as his personal trainer Bobby Stroupe.

Players are permitted to host their own offseason workouts and the Chiefs gave Patrick Mahomes free rein to do so last year. It seemed to help build some chemistry with the incoming group of free agent receivers, who credited that work to some big performances that came much later in the season.


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