Creed Humphrey explains what feels different heading into his second NFL season


Chiefs center Creed Humphrey put together one of the more impressive rookie seasons in recent team history, as evident by being named to the Pro Football Writers of America's All-Rookie team. He garnered plenty of national attention for his play, and was consistently brought up in conversations about who was snubbed in Pro Bowl and All-Pro nominations. With his rookie campaign under his belt, Humphrey returns for his second season in Kansas City with plenty of expectations, and while talking to 610's Cody and Gold after practice on Tuesday, he explained what feels different on his end.

"Yeah, you know it's just having a better feel for the offense," he said. "Understanding the offense more. Understanding what we're trying to accomplish while we're here. Different things like that. The experience, the confidence that I have from last year, different things like that makes it easier. It makes it less stressful, makes it more fun out here."

You can listen to Humphrey's entire interview in the player below: