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Whisenhunt ‘hopeful’ about joint workouts with KC

Word leaked out of Missouri last week that the
Kansas City
Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals were working on a plan
to
hold joint training camp workouts at the Chiefs’ facility
at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.

Tuesday, following the Cardinals OTA workout in Tempe,
head coach Ken Whisenhunt commented on the possibility,
which is far from becoming a done deal.

“We’ve talked about it, there’s nothing really firmed up
yet, but I’m not opposed to it,” Whisenhunt said. “We’ve
obviously done it before with Tennessee a couple of years
ago and I thought it was a great experience. It’s a great
way to evaluate your team against other players.

“You don’t get a chance to do that, except in games and
when you get more reps and get to see them in certain
situations, it’s always a great tool. So I’m certainly
hopeful that it’s something we’ll be able to work out.”

The Cardinals will open their training camp in Flagstaff
next month.

Arizona Sports’ Craig Grialou contributed to this
report