Orientation camp wrap up is up on the flagship.
This was interesting:
University of Kansas TE Tim Biere showed solid ability to multitask on Sunday. The undrafted rookie spent his morning walking at graduation in Lawrence and then made it back to Kansas City in time for afternoon practice.
The star of the UDFA seems to be Josh Bellamy
A solidly built wide out with decent overall height and girth for the position. Displays good knowledge of how to set up corners off the line who are trying to get their hands on him. Wastes initial motion as he squares his feet initially, but showcases a clever wiggle in order to get defenders off balance and he gets up to top end speed quickly down the field. Lacks much of a second gear and plays like a 4.5 guy, but he locates the football well, adjusts well to the throw and has the strength to go up and snatch the football at its highest point. Isn't someone who will eat up the cushion overly quickly and is not a threat to simply run by defenders down the field. He tries to set up his vertical routes with a subtle head fake, but doesn't have the second gear to outpace corners toward daylight and struggles to fight through an arm bar in space.
Isn't a real explosive short area route runner either. He gets up to speed quickly, but tends to chop his feet and gear down in order to collect himself before getting out of his breaks. Is sharp as a route runner and runs tight angles on sharply breaking routs, but doesn't have any kind of burst to his game when trying to separate. Will glide more so into his vertical routes because he doesn't have the top gear to simply outpace defensive backs. Will work on the outside as a blocker and try to stick down the field, but lacks the size/power to consistently dominate on the edge in the NFL.
Impression: Possesses solid size/speed and knows how to go get the football. However, he isn't a real dynamic athlete in any area of the game and will have a tough time consistently making a roster.