Should they stay or should they go?
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt told The Star on Saturday that the club will decide whether to continue training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph by the end of the calendar year.
The Chiefs are in the final year of their initial five-year agreement with the school and have one-year options for the next five years. They trained at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls during 1991-2009 before bringing camp back to Missouri.
Nineteen of the NFL’s 32 teams now train at their own facilities, and it’s a possibility the Chiefs will follow that trend in 2015.
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