The Chiefs made their way up to River Falls, Wisconsin for the start of training camp.  All of the players are in camp and ready to go with the exception of their first pick in the draft, defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey.

The Chiefs got a bit of good news on Thursday when they agreed to terms with their second pick of the first round, offensive lineman Branden Albert.  It was important for him to get into camp because he’s switching positions to offensive tackle.

New offensive coordinator Chan Gailey was excited to get Albert into camp in time not only for his benefit to learn the offense and a new position, but Gailey thinks its important the offensive line is in tact.

Albert is first and foremost a football player and gave his word to the Chiefs and team president Carl Peterson that he and his agent would get the contract details worked on in time.  He’s excited to be at camp and ready to get started.

Peterson didn’t mince his words and was very critical of Dorsey’s agent.  Peterson tried to play the guilt card a bit with Dorsey by saying that now that his best friend is in camp, maybe he’ll be motivated to call his agent and get something worked out.

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