It is a no go for the community of St. Joseph, MO and Missouri Western University who were trying to pry the Chiefs away from Wisconsin during training camp.
St. Joe thought it would be a good idea for the team to stay in Missouri for the grueling camp. Chiefs president/general manager Carl Peterson decided against the move and will have the team return to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls next summer. Kansas City holds camp up north to escape the heat and humidity of the Midwest. Missouri Western offered the team an indoor practice facility, but apparently, Peterson did no think that was enough.
The Chiefs have three one-year options left on its contract, but will continue to listen to other interested parties for 2008. Kansas City has had winning records in 12 of the 16 years they have held camp in Wisconsin.