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NFL: Kansas City Chiefs Tamba Hali clears the air

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali kicked off a firestorm over the previous week with comments on his playing time...

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali kicked off a firestorm over the previous week with comments on his playing time last season and the nonappearance of group veterans from deliberate offseason exercises. He felt the response to his evaluates got made a huge deal about.

"I'm a contender, Hali said. "I need to contend. It's not tied in with beginning, it's not about who's better on our group. We're a group. I simply need to be incorporated and I would prefer not to feel like they're quite recently going to eliminate me."

Hali said he developed disappointed last season due to a distinction between what he was told with respect to playing time and his real snap checks. He said head mentor Andy Reid guarantees him his part will be all the more plainly characterized for the 2017 season.

"I sense that I can even now play," Hali said. "That was my rage, that is the reason I went on a tirade since I know I can at present play, I simply don't know how the group needs to utilize me."

The seven-year veteran likewise made comments about group pioneers not partaking in offseason exercises. Hali expanded his Twitter comments amid a meeting on the Arrowheads Abroad podcast.

"Whoever is on our group anticipated that would be a pioneer, we require those folks there," Hali said on the podcast. "Since the more youthful folks there come in and see these folks and say, 'Well, I need to resemble him. He's here, he has a great deal of cash. Be that as it may, he's here and he's working with the group.' It fabricates such science for our group."

Hali did not name any names but rather the group's most generously compensated protective players, linebacker Justin Houston and security Eric Berry, both skipped intentional offseason exercises.

Berry and Hali met in the locker room before training and eliminated any confusion air between the two group pioneers. He said he complained from Hali's comments.

"I would prefer not to hear it from various individuals," Berry said. "I need to hear it straight from the source. We discussed it. He just disclosed to me what he felt and we're great."

Houston additionally rejected any thought of a fracture amongst Hali and himself.

"That is my sibling," Houston said. "We recognize what's happening amongst us and we know where we stand. There's only love between us."

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