Chiefs Wrap Up St. Joe Camp

By Dan Lucy | dlucy@kolr10.com

Published 08/14 2014 04:58PM

Updated 08/14 2014 06:29PM

ST. JOSEPH, Mo--The Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up training camp Thursday in St. Joseph.

In our KC Blitz report, the team will take the next two days off before playing at the Carolina Panthers Sunday night.

The Chiefs will move their practices next week back to their Arrowhead Stadium complex.

Thursday, the team held it's annual military appreciation day with soldiers from Fort Leavenworth and Fort Riley watching practice.

Afterwards coach Andy Reid said that receiver Dwayne Bowe has been practicing with an injured finger for most of camp.

De'Anthony Thomas says he's thankful to the veterans for helping him make it through camp. 

"I had a great camp.  I learned alot from those guys," said De'Anthony Thomas.  "They really motivated me to get through this camp.  They've been a role model for me.  It's been great.  I came through healthy and now I'm ready for the season to start.."



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