[Kansas City.com] Quarterback Trent Green is feeling “a little bit better,” coach Herm Edwards said Thursday, and was at Arrowhead Stadium to take part in the team picture.
Green has been out since Sept. 10, when he suffered a severe concussion after a hit by Cincinnati’s Robert Geathers. If the Chiefs played Sunday – they have a bye – Green wouldn’t be ready, Edwards said.
He still isn’t able to drive, and the Chiefs are preparing to play without him Oct. 1 against San Francisco.
“There are still some tests and things he has to do,” Edwards said. “There’s no rush, there’s no date, and I think that’s only fair for the player and for the team.”
Green watched Sunday’s 9-6 loss to the Broncos at home. At one point, Edwards said, Green turned to his wife, Julie, and said, “Wow, is that the Chiefs?”
“He had all of these exotic plans,” Edwards said. “He started telling me about this pass that we can run out of a certain personnel group, and I said, ‘You’re doing good right now.’ He’s working his way back. He’s going to be back.”