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LOOK: Chiefs veterans arrive at camp

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It might not be up to par with past years — when reporters and fans crowded the sidewalks of Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri, anxious to see players make their entrances to training camp — but on Tuesday, the Kansas City Chiefs used their official Twitter account to send out some pictures of veteran players arriving at camp.

Pictured were defensive end Alex Okafor, safety Tyrann Mathieu, wide receiver Demarcus Robinson and offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.

And then Mathieu tweeted about passing a milestone — one that every NFL player must face shortly after reporting for work each summer.

For the two-time Chiefs All-Pro, it’s the ninth time around.

The full team’s first practice — which will be open only to Chiefs season ticket holders — will take place on Wednesday morning. The first public practice will be on Thursday.

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