WATCH: Chiefs rookies in action at minicamp

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Kansas City Chiefs rookies hit the field for the first time on Friday, kicking off the first day of their three-day rookie minicamp. Local media members were allowed to grab some shots of players in action during a portion of practice that was open to the media. Below you’ll find some of the first clips of the Chiefs’ rookie class in action in Kansas City:

Nick Bolton

https://twitter.com/HaroldRKuntz3/status/1393282200834134016 Our first three videos will come courtesy of WDAF-TV's Harold R. Kuntz, starting off with some action shots of LB Nick Bolton, who was the Chiefs' top draft pick. You get a chance to see his speed, some stack-shed drills and he even shows off his hands.

Cornell Powell, Creed Humphrey and more.

https://twitter.com/HaroldRKuntz3/status/1393287968371138568 Here you get to see Cornell Powell catch some passes, Joshua Kaindoh goes through some footwork drills and shows off his speed, Creed Humphrey shows some drive in a 1-on-1 against Lucas Niang. Noah Gray, unfortunately, is spotted just standing around here.

Lucas Niang

https://twitter.com/HaroldRKuntz3/status/1393284043207237640 Yes, Lucas Niang is listed on the Chiefs' official roster as a rookie. This video is already making the rounds because Niang doesn't look to be in the best shape. That's to be expected after not playing football for over a year. Thankfully, he has time to get himself into football-playing shape.

General shots of training camp

https://twitter.com/aaronladd0/status/1393280166693117952 Here is a general look at rookie minicamp courtesy of KSHB-TV's Aaron Ladd. You'll hear some coaching, get a look at some rookies, tryout players and active players. Overall, it's a pretty light practice all things considered. [vertical-gallery id=93015]

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