KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs say running back
Priest Holmes will report to training camp this weekend.
A team spokesman says Holmes told Chiefs President Carl Peterson
that he wants to play this season. Holmes is under contract through
Holmes hasn't played since he suffered head and neck injuries in
a game in San Diego in October 2005.
Chiefs training camp starts Saturday in River Falls, Wisconsin,
and Pro Bowl running back Larry Johnson has said he will hold out
of camp until he gets a new contract.
Head coach Herm Edwards says the Chiefs will proceed cautiously
with Holmes to check his conditioning and readiness.
And Edwards says Holmes understands that he's likely to have a
different role than when he was the starter.
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