Chiefs going back to Wisconsin for training camp
Wednesday, October 31, 2007 2:46 PM CDT
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs said Wednesday they had exercised their one-year option and will return to River Falls, Wis., next summer for training camp.
The Chiefs have trained at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for the past 17 years.
"On behalf of the entire Chiefs organization, we are pleased to return to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for an 18th consecutive year," said president and general manager Carl Peterson. "Both UW-RF and the entire River Falls community have embraced the Chiefs over the years. This past preseason we enjoyed working out of the new University Center on the UW-RF campus. Our team sincerely appreciates the many improvements that have been made on campus over the years and the tireless efforts that have been made to make our stay more productive each year."
The Chiefs have two remaining one-year options in their agreement with the university.
A service of the Associated Press(AP)