Kansas City Chiefs DE Taco Charlton was brought in on a prove-it style contract after being released by the Miami Dolphins. The former first-round pick hasn’t seen his career take off quite as he expected, which has motivated him to work hard in his newest opportunity.
It hasn’t been without challenges, though. A lack of a traditional offseason made training camp and virtual team meetings the only opportunity to leave an impression. Now, with roster cuts on the horizon, he’s hopeful for the opportunity to prove himself in games with the Chiefs.
“Training camp was different with no offseason and everything like that so it took me – it took a little bit to adjust because I had to learn a whole new defense with no real offseason,” Charlton told reporters on Tuesday. “So, it took a little bit of adjustment, but I feel like after that I picked everything