KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Running back Isiah Pacheco is recovering from surgeries for a torn labrum and a broken hand, coach Andy Reid said Monday as the Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up a three-day rookie camp.
"He's making progress,'' Reid said. "We'll just see how he does with it. I can't even give you a timeline on it, but he's doing well.''
The Chiefs begin offseason practice later in May. Training camp starts in July.
Pacheco as a rookie last season led the Chiefs in rushing with 830 yards. A seventh-round draft pick, Pacheco replaced Clyde Edwards-Helaire as the Chiefs' featured back early in the season.
Pacheco also rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' Super Bowl LVII victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Chiefs did not sign a veteran back in free agency or select a player at the position in the draft. But they return their two other top backs from last season, Edwards-Helaire and Jerick McKinnon.
The Chiefs' first-round draft pick, defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah of Kansas State, did not participate in team drills at the rookie camp. He had surgery for a broken thumb before the draft.
"We're just kind of gradually bringing him back,'' Reid said on a timeline for his return. "We'll just see how he feels.''
The Chiefs' biggest addition in free agency, Jawaan Taylor, will play right tackle to begin, Reid said.