Shortly after he stepped in front of the media Tuesday to kick off the start of the Chiefs' 2016 training camp, Chiefs coach Andy Reid took a moment to recognize former coach Dennis Green, who died on July 21 at the age of 67.
With a long list of events set for Chiefs training camp, which starts in late July and runs through mid-August, fans will get plenty of opportunities to meet and interact with their favorite players in St. Joseph.
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After a month of leisure, the Chiefs will take their first real steps toward building on a breakthrough 2015 season as quarterbacks and rookies are due to report to training camp Tuesday at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.
The Chiefs have 90 players on their roster for training camp, which starts July 26 when rookies and quarterbacks report to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Here’s a breakdown of the camp roster by position, with analysis.
After terminating the franchise’s 23-year stretch without winning a playoff game with a 30-0 thumping of the Houston Texas and nearly upsetting the New England Patriots, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith says it’s presumptuous to expect an even better season in 2016. Still, some NFL analysts are picking the Chiefs to win the AFC West.
The Chiefs have 90 players on their roster for training camp, which starts July 26 when rookies and quarterbacks report to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Here’s a countdown of the top five position battles entering camp:
Here are the top five storylines to monitor heading into Chiefs training camp, including where Eric Berry goes after he and the team couldn’t agree on a long-term contract. Also, with Justin Houston’s injury status up in the air, edge rush is a concern.
Allen Wright says shoes are the most popular accessories for players. The Kansas City Chiefs are packing approximately 200,000 pounds of equipment to St. Joseph. Training camp begins for rookies and quarterbacks on Tuesday.
The Pro Bowl safety will have to play the 2016 season under the franchise tender. Berry could hold out until the regular season and still collect his full salary. Berry could be franchised again in 2017, but the Chiefs already have a lot of money committed.
Two sides have until 3 p.m. Friday to get something done. Eric Berry will otherwise have to play the 2016 season under the franchise tender. Berry could then hold out until the regular season and still collect his full salary.