Chiefs still tackling the old-school camp life
RIVER FALLS, Wis. -- The old men say that training camp once lasted eight weeks, in the sweltering heat, near cornfields and miles of nothingness. Those summers seemed like they'd never end. Teams bonded over blood, beer and rookie talent shows. The stench of a sweaty dorm room was the smell of a winner come January.
It is just after noon on another unrecognizable day of training camp, and Eddie Kennison parks his loaded white Ford Expedition in a lot near McMillan Hall. A ...
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