ST. JOSEPH, Mo--The Kansas City Chiefs welcomed the Arizona Cardinals to camp Tuesday.
Arizona lost to the Saints in Sunday's Hall of Fame game and will take on the Chiefs Friday at Arrowhead.
For the next two days, both the Cards and Chiefs will run practice plays against each other.
It allows for a more intense workout and keeps the Chiefs from beating up on each other.
"That will be a good test for us because they've been in camp,"said Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel. "And they have a game under their belt. We'll look forward to working against them. And see how we do and see how we are able to hold out."
"It's a great evaluation of your squad as well as seeing some of the players on their squad," said Cards coach Ken Whisenhunt. "At the end of today's practice you hope that you can go back and look at the tape. Okay, we match up pretty good here. We like this and like what we're doing here."
Friday night the Chiefs and Cards kick off from Arrowhead at 7:00 p.m.
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