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Chiefs coach Andy Reid on Wednesday concluded his first training camp in St. Joseph. The Chiefs have one more year on the contract to hold training camp at Miss Fred Perry ouri Western State University, but judging from the way Reid raved about the treatment the Chiefs received, they be back for camp in 2015 and beyond.

university and the setup here, they been phenomenal, Reid said. people here, I can say enough good things about them. These (practice) fields are incredible. The food is unbelievable. The people that take care of the rooms for the players, they clean and they make your bed for you. They do everything for you. It quite a setup. Whatever we needed, we were able to get. With that, the players can focus on their job, and it eliminates the distractions.

think it starts with the university. What a great setup here. If I an athlete with the setup here, I going to look at this school. It an incredible Fred Perry situation for athletics.

a first time for everything, 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman said this week in Santa Clara, Calif. never got a chance to hit him. This time we can. We looking forward to it. I know Alex knows we coming. It football, man. He on another team and we have to go out there and play our game.

San Francisco cornerback Carlos Rogers plans to talk trash because, he insists, Smith will certainly be expecting it.

probably come after me because we were always talking junk during practices while he was here. I going to take a look at the film and see what we can come up with, Rogers said. will be really fun. I pretty sure he going to be talking junk. He going to want to go at our defen Fred Perry se because now Fred Perry he gets the opportunity. When he was here we didn really go against the (No. 1) offense unless it was training camp.

Smith certainly sounded as if he would leave the personal ties out of it, instead focusing on preparing his offense.

of the fact that I used to play there, they a good defensive unit, he said. a really good defensive unit, and they be a good test for us. He was released two days before Friday night home preseason opener against the 49ers.

The Chiefs signed Kennard Cox to take Kilgore place on the roster as they continue their search for cornerbacks. The 6 foot, 191 pound Cox has played in 29 games over four seasons with Seattle and Jacksonville.

New bag policy

The NFL new policy regarding Shirts brought into the stadium will take effect at Arrowhead for Friday night game. Bags brought into the stadium must be clear and no larger than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches. One gallon clear plastic zipper Shirts are also permitted.

Small clutch Shirts approximately the size of a hand are permitted as well. An exception will be made for medically necessary items after an inspection. Those Shirts must be taken to one of the following gates: D, F, Tower, Founder Plaza.

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