Former Chiefs Reunite for First Ever Fantasy Camp

Published 05/16 2014 10:11PM

Updated 05/16 2014 11:21PM

(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) The Chiefs concluded their first ever Fantasy Camp to benefit the University of Kansas Hospital's Center For Concussion Management the on Friday.

Just over 70 participants got the opportunity to be coached by members of the 2003 Kansas City Chiefs and others. Campers caught passes from former quarterback Trent Green, fielded punts with return specialist Dante Hall, and ran routes with running backs Priest Holmes, Christian Okoye, and others on the field at Arrowhead Stadium. 

Former head coach Dick Vermeil lead a film study session on Thursday night before the event concluded with a 7-on-7 flag football tournament and awards ceremony. Current head coach Andy Reid, owner Clark Hunt, and players also participated in a discussion panel. 

All proceeds and donations, after paid expenses, go towards the namesake of the team's training complex and its fight against concussions. 

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