George Karlaftis was one of many rookies on the Kansas City Chiefs roster who made the most of his preseason and training camp snaps.

Karlaftis spent three seasons at Purdue before being chosen by the Chiefs in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Karlaftis later continued to appear frequently during the Chiefs' offseason programmes and preseason activities.

Several of the players with whom he will share the field this season, including as defensive tackle Chris Jones,

 Chris Jones have already expressed their admiration for Karlaftis.

During his career at Purdue, Karlaftis was renowned for being a tenacious pass rusher, which enabled him to record 14.0 sacks overall.

He simply did what he could to cause chaos in the backfield because, in Big Ten games, he frequently got the better of opposition offensive lineman.

Karlaftis won't be required to support the Chiefs' front seven players.

This season, players like Jones and Frank Clark will be expected to shoulder a lot of responsibility on this side of the ball.

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