Chiefs Trying to Build Team Chemistry in Camp

Sports

August 22nd, 2011 by Jim Field

     KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin spent Sunday’s practice riding a stationary bike and doing work with a trainer on the sideline, his right hand heavily bandaged after he reportedly got into an altercation with running back Thomas Jones.  Head coach Todd Haley would not address the situation that
occurred last week, calling it “family business.” Neither player was available to comment following practice.  Jones took part in the full workout in the Chiefs’ first
practice since breaking training camp in St. Joseph, Mo. They’re trying to get back on track after losing their second preseason game Friday night at Baltimore.
     They play the St. Louis Rams in their annual in-state rivalry game this Friday night.