Cornerback Orlando Scandrick spent the first 10 years of his NFL career with the same team, so it’s a big change to find himself on his second team of the summer.
Scandrick signed with Washington as a free agent early in the offseason, but was released this month as the team opted to go with younger players in the secondary. He signed with the Chiefs and had his first day of practice with his new team on Tuesday, which he said made him feel like a lot of kids around the country right now.
“This is like the first day of school every day for me,” Scandrick said, via the team’s website. “I spent…