Observations from the Chiefs training camp of August 9th

Observations from the Chiefs training camp of August 9th

On Tuesday morning, the Kansas City chiefs conducted their 12th full practice of the 2022 training camp at their practice field at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Only five public training camp practices remain. click here to learn how to attend one — and check out the full 2022 schedule.

Tuesday’s session was a full contact session with pads. It was sunny and quite chilly – and everyone’s spirits lifted when we learned that cornerback Rashad Fenton was removed from the Active/PUP list and would be attending practice.

Pete Sweeney, editor-in-chief of Arrowhead Pride, was among the other chiefs beating up reporters and television crews and watching everything that happened. Pete’s observations have already been published on Twitter.

Now we share them here – starting with a known offensive line.

Just like they did with Orlando Brown Jr. and Carlos Dunlap when they arrived late at camp, the Chiefs are Work Fenton into the mixture.

It’s not every day a Beatles reference is found at a Chiefs press conference.

Two of the guys are probably the best wideouts on the team worked fine on Tuesday.

The team’s new defensive end taken something.

Peter had some thoughts of offensive and defensive exercises.

It’s hard to tell if this command means anything yet… but still, Here it is.

The men in the trenches walked in a row Mano a mano.

There were also One-to-one exercises to pass.

Pete noticed a few Defense highlights.

Finally Dave Toub worked on his weird timing.

The Chiefs will take a day off on Wednesday, practice again on Thursday, and then prepare for Saturday’s road preseason game against the Chicago Bears. Kick-off is set for noon (arrowhead time). The last four training camp sessions take place from Monday to Thursday.