Andy Reid: 'Everyone ready to play against Green Bay Packers'

Andy Reid, head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, watches game action against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on August 9, 2013
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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says that all of his players are preparing to face the Green Bay Packers tomorrow.

Andy Reid has said that all the players on the Kansas City Chiefs' roster are preparing to play against the Green Bay Packers tomorrow.

Many teams are expected to rest their starters for the final games of the pre-season, which take place tomorrow night.

The head coach told the team's website: "We're just getting ready for the Packers and everybody is getting ready to play. We haven't made any decisions on who's playing and who is not playing.

"Everybody got opportunities today for us to take a look at them, and that's how we're going to go about it and we'll figure it out from that point.

"The main thing you want to do though on this is to make sure with the guys that are remaining on this team, that you get a good evaluation of the players, so at the end of this thing, you're making the right moves that you feel are right for the Chiefs."

The Chiefs face the Oakland Raiders in their opening game of the regular season.

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