ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — The kid wore a "KC Chiefs" logo on his cap and a worshipful look on his face.
"Wow! Eric Berry can do anything!" he exclaimed, so excited his dad reached over to make sure he wouldn't fall out of the riser.
The kid was not alone in keeping his eyes glued to No. 29 Saturday morning. Everybody in Chiefs camp was keeping their eyes on No. 29. And the rookie safety from Tennessee, one day after signing a big contract, did not let them down.
The fifth overall pick in the draft, Berry brought cheers from several thousand fans more than once with his moves and quickness during one-on-one drills. On one of his most memorable moments, he shadowed the receiver down the field and turned his back at just the right moment to knock the ball away, bringing a big cheer.