ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) First came the sirens of the police escort, then came the guttural roar of the engine, as Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman arrived at training camp Wednesday in a copy of Clint Bowyers stock car.
It could be the last time Sherman pulls off one of his arrival stunts at Missouri Western.
The Chiefs are among a rapidly thinning number of franchises that leave the comforts of their own practice facility for camp, instead moving into the Spartan dorm rooms of the Division II college about an hours drive north of Kansas City. But the contract with the school ends after this year, as does an agreement that bounds the Chiefs to holding camp in Missouri for a 10-year stretch.
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