By Charles Goldman
There are four important dates that occur before the season opener that are relevant to the Chiefs. Mark your calendars and take a look at those dates down below:
The Kansas City Chiefs return to St. Joseph, Missouri for a tenth year to host their annual training camp. This date will be the first opportunity for every fan to get out and see what the 2019 Chiefs will look like.
The players will have already reported to camp and worked for a few days, but those days are not open to the public. We’ll already know if Chris Jones has reported to training camp on time or if he’ll take his holdout down to the wire. He needs to report by August 6 to accrue a full season in 2019 and qualify for unrestricted free agency in 2020. That means he could hypothetically miss nine practices before returning to the team.
Here are the NFL’s rules on training camp:
“Clubs are permitted to open preseason training camp for rookies and first-year players beginning seven days prior to the club’s earliest permissible mandatory reporting date for veteran...