VIDEO: Chiefs Guard Khalil McKenzie Shows Off His Musical Talents After Training Camp Practice

Jason Schandl

The NFL preseason may mean grueling practices and a lack of job security for most players, but that doesn't seem to be dampening the spirits of Kansas City Chiefs guard Khalil McKenzie, who still had the energy to show off his vocal talents after Thursday's practice.

McKenzie, son of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie, was drafted 198th overall by the Chiefs in 2018 after playing for two years as a defensive tackle for the Tennessee Volunteers.

The Chiefs drafted him for a different role though, moving the 320-pound lineman to the other side of the ball to play guard. He didn't see the field as a rookie, but looks to be in good spirits ahead of Saturday's preseason meeting with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he'll get the opportunity to show off that he deserves to stay on the Chiefs' depth chart.

No matter how good McKenzie's pipes are, the Chiefs should have plenty to sing about this season, as they have the second-best Super Bowl odds of any team in the league.

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