Chiefs workout rookies at first minicamp

Offensive tackle Eric Fisher and quarterback Tyler Bray had vastly different experiences during the NFL draft, yet both of them ended up with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Both have a lot of people watching them, too.

Fisher was the first overall pick out of Central Michigan, and will be expected to compete for a starting job on the offensive line, though it's unclear whether it'll be on the right or left side. That could depend on what happens with Branden Albert.

Bray left Tennessee early but wasn't chosen in the draft, and signed with the Chiefs as a free agent. He's expected to compete for a roster spot, and maybe even push to be the backup QB.

The Chiefs opened a rookie minicamp Friday. It runs through the weekend.

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed offensive lineman Eric Kush and linebacker Mike Catapano, leaving six of their draft picks unsigned as they begin a rookie minicamp.

Kush was the first of the Chiefs' two sixth-round picks out of California (Pa.), while Catapano was their seventh-round selection out of Princeton.

The Chiefs announced the signings Friday. No terms were disclosed.

The Chiefs also signed 13 college free agents, including former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, Florida wide receiver Frankie Hammond Jr. and UW-Milwaukee hoops player Demetrius Harris.

The Chiefs were scheduled to work out their rookies Friday, Saturday and Sunday before the rest of the team joins them for the start of organized team activities on Tuesday.