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SBD/July 30, 2013/Facilities
SMG Richmond In Advanced Negotiations To Manage Redskins' Training Facility
Published July 30, 2013
HAPPY CAMPERS? In K.C., Adam Teicher notes the Chiefs, "four seasons into a five-year contract to hold training camp at Missouri Western State University, will soon have to make a decision on whether to continue heading north for the summer." Chiefs Chair & CEO Clark Hunt yesterday said, "Personally, I like the team going away and the bonding that takes place in the three or four weeks they're together here. What we have here at Missouri Western is as good as any training facility in the National Football League." But the decision is "more involved than that, and the wishes of coach Andy Reid might carry the most weight." Reid has said that he "likes bringing a team away from its own practice facility for training camp" (K.C. STAR, 7/30).