The Chiefs opened up training camp in River Falls, Wisconsin yesterday with 91 players. Though there was one player who garnered a lot more attention than the others. Priest Holmes touched the ball a handfull of times in his first practice since injuring his hip in December. Holmes had surgery over the summer and is hoping to prove that he will be able to live up the eye-popping numbers he produced in his first two seasons in Kansas City. Holmes was on pace to lead the league in rushing for the second-straight season before the injury occurre. By all accounts, Holmes looked good on Sunday, but he admitted that taking hits will be the real test. That’s a test that won’t come until later in August.