George Karlaftis, Joshua Kaindoh attend Von Miller’s annual Pass Rush Summit

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Von Miller, fresh off a Super Bowl win with the Los Angeles Rams, held his sixth annual Pass Rush Summit in Las Vegas this weekend.

This is a unique event where many of the NFL’s premier pass rushers, current and former, can link up and learn from one another to share tools of the trade. Hosted by Miller and former Falcons DE Chuck Smith, this year’s event had over two dozen players in attendance, including some college prospects.

But there were also two of the Kansas City Chiefs’ youngest pass-rushers in attendance. Pick No. 30 overall in the 2022 NFL draft, George Karlaftis, participated in the event. Former fourth-round draft pick, Joshua Kaindoh, was also among the players in attendance for the event. You can spot them both in the picture below:

The summit included on-field work and tutoring from Miller, Justin Houston, Chandler Jones and others. There were also several film sessions, including one on Cam Jordan, where he had a chance to break down his film in front of all the players.

It’s always good to see young players like Karlaftis and Kaindoh, who are sure to be pivotal to the Chiefs’ success in 2022, showing the desire to learn from some of the best during their free time.

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