Chiefs set to open training camp

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- More than six months after he accepted the job, new Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid is set to open his first training camp with the team on Monday in St. Joseph, Mo.

The Chiefs will welcome rookies and quarterbacks to camp on the campus of Missouri Western in St. Joe, the 4th year the team is set to train in northwest Missouri.

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Workouts won't start until Tuesday, with the full squad, including veteran players, isn't required to be in camp until Thursday.

The Chiefs' first round draft pick, offensive tackle Eric Fisher from Central Michigan, is the only rookie who has yet to sign a contract.

The first practice that will be open to the public will be Friday's workout, which is slated to start at 3:30 p.m.

The Chiefs open their pre-season on Friday, Aug. 9 on the road at New Orleans.

Live coverage of the Chiefs in training camp begins Monday on FOX 4.

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