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Chiefs Ready to Turn Page After Labor Dispute

With a new collective bargaining agreement in place for the next ten years, the Kansas City Chiefs and the other NFL teams now turn to the business of putting together their teams for the start of training camp. The Chiefs will hold their first training camp practice in St. Joseph, Missouri, this Friday. Chiefs owner Clark Hunt cited the rapidly approaching season as one of the main reasons a new deal was reached with the players.

Chiefs front office officials were working the phones today (TUE) on the first day new contracts can be signed for 2011.