Chiefs coach Andy Reid is confident third-round pick Knile Davis' fumbling habit is fixable.
A chronic fumbler at Arkansas, Davis is being taught by RBs coach Eric Bienemy to hold the ball "high and tight" at rookie minicamp. "He just needs to play in order to work his way through that," Reid said. "I thought he needed to work his way through that and then you'd have a pretty good football player." The Chiefs hope Davis will win the primary backup job behind Jamaal Charles.