1.96m, 146kg (6ft 5in/321lb) competed in Quebec on the first day of his team’s Veterans Mini Camp on Tuesday.
I want to relive the feeling of winning a match at Arrowhead Stadium, said the Giant. I miss football, and that’s definitely a part of me. It was a great start, a great day. I can’t wait to continue training.
The person who helped Kansas City win the Super Bowl in February 2020, in Miami, confirmed that despite the pandemic and thus the closure of gyms, he was able to keep his physique superb by training at home and at home.
When it comes to soccer match specifically, there is no substitute for playing it and practicing the exercises over and over again.
The Mont Saint Helier native will also be busy keeping his mind sharp.
Listening to the video sessions will be important to me this season, to maintain my football IQsaid the 30-year-old athlete.
During the pandemic, he worked in long-term care centers, as well as starting a master’s degree in public health at Harvard University.
Quebec also talked about cheering for his teammates during his absence from football.
They have supported me from the start. It is an extraordinary group. I am glad to be here.
The club plays preparatory matches on 14, 20 and 27 August.
The Chiefs will begin their season on September 12, at home, against the Cleveland Browns.