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It’s finally here, Chiefs Kingdom.
Kansas City Chiefs rookies, quarterbacks and select injured players report to the team’s 2022 training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri beginning Friday, July 22nd.
While the players aren’t set to begin practices open to the public until next week, a select few will get situated at training camp and begins practicing and participating in team meetings starting today. The team brings in all of the rookies early so that they can get a feel for how the team does things at camp. Injured players who are still rehabbing are also brought in early to go through medical evaluations.
This marks the 12th season of the Chiefs traveling to St. Joe for training camp. Kansas City has two option years remaining on its contract with the school before a new deal will need to be negotiated.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid, QB Patrick Mahomes and select players are expected to be made available for media interviews beginning this afternoon. Perhaps a few rookies will be made available ahead of their first training camp as well.
Typically, the team will begin with three straight days of practice closed to the public before the rest of the veterans arrive. The remainder of the team will report to camp on Monday, July 26th ahead of their first practice reserved for season ticket members on Wednesday, July 27th. The first practice open to the public is on Thursday, July 28th at 9:15 a.m. CT.
You can find a full list of practice dates, times and activities below.