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Draft Scout Tamba Hali News
08/12/16 - OLB Tamba Hali (knee) is expected to hit the practice field for the Chiefs before the start of the regular season. "Tamba is making steady strides," said general manager John Dorsey. "He's begun to do the linebacker movement drills. I would foresee within the next couple of weeks him coming out and participating in practice." Hali is currently on the team's PUP list due to an offseason knee surgery from January
07/31/16 - OLB Tamba Hali began training camp on the physically unable to perform list, as he continues to rehab from offseason knee surgery. Hali has dealt with a series of knee problems over the last three seasons and has been limited in practice participation.
06/16/16 - OLB Tamba Hali (knee) did not take part in the Chiefs offseason practices, but he was on the field working with teammates on pass rushing skills. Hali had arthroscopic knee surgery in January. "The thing you always have to do with Tamba is back him down a little bit, he's full throttle," said head coach Andy Reid. "You try to keep the swelling out of his knee the best you can and keep him healthy where he can function. He'll need to get some work in, he knows that. We'll try to do that and monitor him the best we can. We'll see how he feels once we get to camp."
06/14/16 - OLB Tamba Hali (knee) is being held out of the Chiefs three-day minicamp that started Tuesday.
Hali, coming off January knee surgery, has not taken part in any of the K.C. defense's on-field work during the offseason. He's expected to be ready to practice for the start of training camp in late July.
06/09/16 - OLB Tamba Hali is not taking part in the defensive or team work portions of OTAs, but Hali is on the field every day working with the Chiefs' linebackers. The 11-season veteran works with the young pass rushers (like Dee Ford) on using their hands as they battle the offensive line. It's really a coaching role for Hali and one that he appears to enjoy. "Tamba is all about the team, he's been that way since I've been here and I'm sure he was that way before I got here," said Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. "I love his attitude; we're glad to have him here for everything that he does besides being a great football player."