Bleacher Report— Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Kyle Long reportedly suffered a leg injury that could keep him out of training camp. According to NFL Network's
chicagotribune.com—Former Chicago Bears OL Kyle Long suffers a knee injury during his comeback attempt with the Kansas City Chiefs. The offensive line that the Kansas City Chiefs aggressively overhauled this offseason has taken a hit with a knee injury to veteran Kyle Long during voluntary workouts that could require surgery and keep him out of training camp. Long, 32, played for the Chicago Bears for the first seven years of his career.
ABC News—Chiefs lose OL Kyle Long to knee injury in voluntary workout. The offensive line that the Kansas City Chiefs aggressively overhauled this offseason has taken a hit
Forbes—Kyle Long’s Injury Could Pave Way For Kansas City Chiefs Rookie Trey Smith. The injury to Kyle Long and absence of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif from OTAs has given sixth-round draft pick Trey Smith an opportunity at right guard.