Chiefs news for June 19, 2022
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Today in Chiefs history, Patrick Surtain was born in 1976.
Chiefs release full 2022 training camp schedule | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs are set to return to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri for their annual training camp practices at the Mosaic Training Fields. Training camp will run from Wednesday, July 27 through Thursday, August 18, with returning events such as two exclusive season ticket holder days which are not open to the general public, alumni day, NFL kickoff day, family fun day and military appreciation day.
Kansas City Chiefs’ Chris Jones has Defensive Player of the Year award on his mind | ESPN
They haven’t talked about their plans for Jones this season but Cullen gave a big clue when he said, “When Chris is on his game, I don’t think there’s a better defensive tackle in the NFL. You saw that in the  championship run.”
Chiefs Retain Former First-Round Talent for 2022 Season: Report | Heavy
Bills Coach Sheds New Light on Playoff Collapse Against Chiefs | Heavy
“Reading between the lines here but McDermott doubling down on the execution line makes me believe he didn’t want a touchback but also doesn’t want to specifically call anyone out on the play. That’s my read on the situation,” Bove tweeted.
Cardinals signed two former Chiefs following mandatory minicamp tryouts | Chiefswire
Unfortunately, we’re well past the deadline for Kansas City to earn any sort of compensatory pick for Niemann, even if he makes the roster and plays a lot of snaps for the Cardinals.