Chiefs expect Rashee Rice to take part in virtual meetings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs expect wide receiver Rashee Rice to participate as they began their offseason program Monday with virtual meetings, coach Andy Reid said.

Reid wouldn't say whether the Chiefs were planning on having Rice participate later in the spring when they move the program to Kansas City.

"I want to keep gathering the information from the law enforcement people,'' Reid said. "We'll just see where everything goes from there [and] let the process take place.''

Otherwise, Reid said little about Rice's situation but did say he has spoken with the wide receiver.

Rice, the Chiefs' leading wide receiver last season, is facing one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury and six counts of collision involving injury, according to Dallas police, for his involvement in a six-vehicle car crash last month.

Rice turned himself in to police last week and was later released on bond. On April 3, he said in a statement posted to Instagram that he took "full responsibility" for his actions.

"As long as he's learned from it, that's the important part of it,'' Reid said.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who spends some of the offseason at home near Dallas, said he's been working out with Rice.

"I'm sure we'll continue that work as the legal process plays out,'' Mahomes said.