Chiefs' veterans arrive for start of training camp

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. Looking to pick up where they left off last season, the Kansas City Chiefs report for training camp in St. Joseph, Mo. with their eyes on the ultimate prize: making it to Super Bowl LIV and bringing home the franchise's first NFL championship in half of a century.

The veterans arrived in St. Joseph on Friday afternoon. Tyreek Hill and Chris Jones are among those who reported on time and are expected to start training Saturday.

For now, Hill doesn't face any suspensions for his off-the-field troubles in the offseason. Jones reported even though he's still in search of a new contract.

We're a little more than two weeks out from Kansas City's preseason opener Aug. 10 at home against the Cincinnati Bengals. In 44 days, the quest for Super Bowl LIV kicks into high gear with the regular season opener Sept. 8 at Jacksonville.