Before any Kansas City Chiefs player on the roster can look ahead to the upcoming 2022 NFL season, they will all have to take part in training camp.The Chiefs are set to open up their training camp schedule on July 22 at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. Not only are the rookies on the team expected to report on Friday, but all injured players and the four total quarterbacks on the roster are also slated to feature on the day.
For Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, he is much looking forward to once again tagging along with his teammates ahead of the season. He took to Twitter on Thursday with a simple eight-word tweet expressing his enthusiasm for the opening day of training camp.
The Chiefs capped off their offseason program schedule in mid-June with their three-day mandatory minicamp. However, this is not the last time that Mahomes has worked with some of his teammates on offense. Earlier this month, he took some time to build early chemistry with wideouts Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Justin Watson in Texas.
Much attention for Mahomes in the coming weeks sure is set to center on him getting more reps with some of the other new additions on the offensive side of the ball, including JuJu Smith-Schuster. At the least, the one-time NFL MVP Award winner will have to wait until July 26 when the rest of the players on offense will make their first appearance in this year’s training camp.