As the NFL lockout continues, Chiefs players have organized a team meeting on Monday to discuss plans for the future.
Chiefs S Eric Berry told Kevin Kietzmann of Kansas City's 810 WHB's Between The Lines that the team would attempt to organize a schedule until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is reached.
"We're supposed to be setting up some things and getting some things situated as far as scheduling or when we were going to meet and try to get together as a team if the lockout was still going on," Berry said. " So I think that's what the big deal about the meeting is."
Berry said he is disappointed that he won't be able to participate in offseason workouts, as that is normally a time for a team to begin the bonding process.
"That's why I really wanted to get together so we could be in the weight room together and get that bond and building on what we had last year but the lockout kind of sent us through a loophole so I guess that's why we're having this meeting on April 4th."