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Rugby star Louis Rees-Zammit’s first reps at Chiefs

Former Welsh rugby star Louis Rees-Zammit recently made headlines as he began a new chapter in his athletics career with the Kansas City Chiefs. The talented athlete talked about his experiences during his first training sessions with the NFL team since leaving WRU.

During the Chiefs’ rookie camp, Rees-Zammit caught a screen pass and immediately felt at home, likening the experience to being on the rugby field again. He currently practices as a running back and kickoff returner for the team, showing his versatility and adaptability on the field.

One of the main differences Rees-Zammit noted between rugby and American football is the number of plays in each match. Despite this, Chiefs coach Andy Reid praised Rees-Zammit for his dedication and progress during rookie camp, highlighting his potential to succeed in the NFL.

Rees-Zammit has been a long-time fan of American football and is excited to finally get the chance to try the sport at a professional level. His focus is on learning the playbook and proving himself through his on-field performance, with the goal of earning a spot on the Chiefs’ roster.

With a strong determination to succeed, Rees-Zammit hopes to play a versatile role with the Chiefs, showcasing his skills and abilities in a new and challenging environment. As he continues to learn the game and adapt to the nuances of American football, fans are eagerly awaiting his journey in the NFL.