Training camp got underway for the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday in River Falls Wisconsin. Over the last two seasons, the Chiefs have had the most dominant offense in the league. But two key components of that offense are gone. Guard John Tait signed with the Browns and tackle Marcus Spears fled for Houston. Brian Waters will be the starting left guard, but the battle for right tackle is on and should be decided soon. John Welbourn and Brett Williams are expected to battle for that spot. Welbourn was brought to Kansas City in a draft-day trade from the Eagles. Welbourn has 55 NFL starts at left tackle and has just one start at right tackle. Williams was inactive for all 16 of the Chiefs regular season games and their playoff loss to the Colts. On defense, the Chiefs don’t have many major changes on the field, as all 11 starters return. To some that may not be good news, considering they’ve had one of the worst defenses to go along with their top-rated offense. However, Gunther Cunningham’s return as defensive coordinator is expected to produce a more aggressive attack, as opposed to a containing attack. The Chiefs are entering thier 14th year of training at The University of Wisconsin-River Falls.