LOOK: Rookies, quarterbacks practice at onset of Chiefs training camp

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Kansas City Chiefs rookies, quarterbacks and injured players hit the practice fields in St. Joseph, Missouri for the first time on Saturday. It was a lighter practice without any pads, but the perfect introduction as players get adjusted to 2021 training camp. Veterans will report on Monday and fans will be able to attend practice beginning on Wednesday.

Below you’ll find a look at images and videos taken by various media members during today’s closed practice. Keep in mind they’re only allowed to film during certain portions of practice, so don’t expect to see too much action.


https://twitter.com/mattderrick/status/1418935541861687309 https://twitter.com/HerbieTeope/status/1418935521141837832 https://twitter.com/kcstarrich/status/1418959135962550279


https://twitter.com/Chiefs/status/1418943130167095311 https://twitter.com/SamMcDowell11/status/1418935319269945353 https://twitter.com/aaronladd0/status/1418990538825486337 https://twitter.com/NPNowDea/status/1418984086450941955 https://twitter.com/NPNowDea/status/1418986174018949120 https://twitter.com/chrisRroush/status/1418989344593952781 https://twitter.com/chrisRroush/status/1418988112483655688

New Hill at Chiefs camp?

https://twitter.com/mattderrick/status/1418961641077723147 It looks like fans will have a better vantage point on the far side of the practice fields at Missouri Western State University, with a new hill installed opposite the old hill. This should allow for less crowding, which will be crucial given the ongoing concerns over COVID-19.



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