Earlier today the Kansas City Chiefs sent out a press release and announced the announcement of a major announcement tomorrow. Apparently, they're announcing something.
We've got the goods on what they're announcing.
First, the Chiefs are teaming up with the University of Kansas Hospital and making them the official healthcare provider of the team. No word yet on whether this was the result of the ACL tears from the Big Three last year. (That was a joke!)
Second, and this is the one most of you care about, they're re-naming the practice facility next to Arrowhead Stadium.
The new name: University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.
There's some other stuff that'll go into this that the Chiefs will announce tomorrow, like a new clinic within the facility opening next year.
So a Kansas name will be branded along the training complex, which happens to be located in Kansas City, Missouri. And we wonder why folks don't know the difference between KCK and KCMO...
So, Mizzou fans...thoughts on the new name?