How To Follow The Chiefs During Training Camp

Aug 6, 2011; St. Joseph, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) works with quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn during training camp at Missouri Western State University. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE
How do you follow the Kansas City Chiefs during training camp?

We've got you all covered here.

At Arrowhead Pride, you can expect daily camp practice reports from us. I'll be out there some of the time, but not all the time. I usually drive back from St. Joe before posting my reports so an hour or so after practice ends you can see them on the site. If I'm not out there, we'll gather all the links you need from the day's practice.

We'll also be having an open thread with my LIVE updating tweets posted in the thread when I'm out there.

You should be following us on Twitter already -- @ArrowheadPride -- and if you don't have a Twitter account, you should get one. It's a great way to track news. We're also asking people to post pictures and things on our Facebook page to like us on Facebook.

If you're going to be out at camp, snap some pictures and post them in our FanShots section. And if you attend camp, write your own practice report with all your observations in the FanPost section. A lot of our best content from camp comes from the readers (which says what, exactly, about what I do?!).

We also have a running list of all the Chiefs players tweets in the left sidebar there. I'll get that all updated this weekend since some of it is out of date.

After the jump, you can find a bunch of suggestions on who to follow for camp. Drop anymore you got in the comments.

Kansas City Chiefs: @JoshLooney, @kcchiefs, @alberino65tpt
The official Chiefs accounts. Looney will be out there every day and he's usually the first to tweet out any official news from the team. Rob Alberino runs the Chiefs in-house video team, 65 Toss Power Trap, and tweets out some good photos.

The Chiefs will also be running Chiefs Live! from 2-2:30 p.m. (Arrowhead Time) every day. Here's the link.

Teicher, the Star's beat writer, will be there every day providing information. He's your news guy. Babb may not be out there as much with his new fancy columnist title -- there are apparently other sports to write about in this town -- but he's a good follow as well. Covitz doesn't tweet a whole and Mellinger is in London so I'm not sure what his Chiefs camp schedule is.

The Garage and Vernier, 610's afternoon show, will be out there for camp coverage. Parkins and Harrison will be out there at some point but not right away. Fescoe is the morning show so keep an eye on him early and Klingler, part of Fescoe's show, is an underrated follow for Chiefs camp news.

Kevin Kietzmann is your afternoon show, Soren Petro the day time show and Steven St. John and Nate Bukaty in the mornings. Hit me up in the comments if I'm missing someone from here.

St. Joe News-Press: @PCBearcat
Ross Martin will be out there every day and he's a solid follow for news and observations.

St. Joe: @ChiefsInStJo
Good local information here. Check out their Facebook page here for pictures and things like that.

Metro Sports: @mickshaffer, @jacobs71
Mick Shaffer might be the funniest follow I have. Nick Jacobs is the OTA tweeting all-star so keep an eye on him, too.

Others: ???
Drop them in the comments. I'm light on the local news folks.
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