ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs seem positive and confident after wrapping up training camp in St. Joseph Wednesday.
New head coach Andy Reid says his team got a lot accomplished during their three-week stay at Missouri Western State University.
"I appreciated the attitude of the players. I thought they came to work and they did it everyday," Reid said. "They were tested and I thought they stepped up and maintained their focus."
After spending three weeks with their new head coach, many of the players say they can see big differences in the team.
"It's definitely one of the fastest offenses I've been a part of. Like Andy (Reid) said, it's going to make it easier during games," said wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. "Guys are buying in and are in the best shape of their lives and it's only going to make games easier. Now we are just waiting for September to roll around and you will see an amazing difference in how we play on the field."
The Chiefs host the San Francisco 49ers in their preseason home opener Friday night at Arrowhead. 41 Action News will have live pregame coverage starting at 4 p.m.
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