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The procedure was to Kelce's labrum, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport added.
Asked if it was major surgery, Reid told Paylor, "No, I don't think so. He'll probably miss some time throughout the offseason, but he'll be ready, I believe, for camp."
Kelce appeared on Kansas City's injury report with a shoulder issue in early December, but suffered no dropoff in production. En route to his first All-Pro selection, he cleared the 100-yard mark in three of his next four games.
Appearing in all 16 regular-season games this year, Kelce posted a team high 85 catches and 1,125 receiving yards while scoring four touchdowns.
His progress is something we'll all be watching in coming weeks.
In the meantime, it appears at least one person watched Kelce's reality TV show, "Catching Kelce" (a dating show featuring the star tight end).
That person was Reid.
"I could really do without the TV shows," Reid said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "I like him as a football player and he's very good at that. I think he grew up a lot though, throughout the year, understands the responsibility he has being a player on our team. I think you'll continue to see that."
Reid made it clear Kelce, 27, remains a work in progress.
"He's high octane," the coach said. "Not a lot of guys love to play the game more than this kid loves to play and sometimes that gets out of control. So he's gotta rein that in. He'll do that this year. He'll rein it in better than he did last year and continue to grow. As a football player, he's one of the best in the business at his possession. I would expect him to keep building on that."
I would too, assuming he's healthy.