Kansas City Chiefs President Carl Peterson says the Chiefs will again travel to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for training camp next year, choosing to stay put despite attempts by four Missouri colleges and one in Kansas to lure them away. Missouri schools which bid for the training camp included Southwest Missouri State in Springfield, Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, Northwest Missouri State in Maryville and Missouri Western State in St. Joseph…as well as Pittsburg State in Kansas. But the Missouri schools still have a chance to bring the team back to the Show-Me State because agreed only to a one-year contract with a series of option years. Peterson pointed to cooler climate and the ability to practice with another NFL team (the Vikings) as two of the main reasons for staying in Wisconsin. The Chiefs took up summer residence in Wisconsin 13 years ago after practicing at William Jewell College in Liberty for the previous 24 years.