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Stakes have been raised for Kansas City heading into 2014-15

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid speaks with the media on Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph, Mo. Kansas City Chiefs rookies and quarterbacks arrived at the Missouri Western State University campus Sunday for the 2014 training camp.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — One year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were coming off a two-win season that led to the ouster of the general manager and coach, and the turnover of roughly half the roster.
There’s a different feel heading to training camp this season.
General manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid are firmly entrenched, and there has been less personnel turnover. That means most players will have had a year in Reid’s system, and that could help build on an 11-5 season that ended with a playoff loss to Indianapolis.
“We’re ahead of last year ...

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