Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick, once imprisoned for running a brutal dog fighting operation, has been hired by the Kansas City Chiefs this summer, riling many animal advocates and testing just how much people are willing to forgive. (Video contains images from the Associated Press)
Kansas City Star Chiefs beat writer Terez Paylor recaps the day's team news from St. Joseph on Wednesday, the second day of training camp for rookies, quarterbacks and rehabbing players. Derrick Johnson, returning from his second Achilles tear and Travis Kelce recovering from off-season shoulder surgery, spoke about their progress.
Kansas City Chiefs head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder announced that Chris Jones injured his knee in the offseason and will begin camp on the PUP list. Burkholder also updated the status of the rest of the team's injuries.
The Chiefs begin training camp this week after an offseason marked by massive turnover in the front office and a blockbuster trade to pick a raw but remarkably talented quarterback in the first round for the first time in 34 years. Other than, not much going on.