Last year, the Chiefs arrived in Miami on a Sunday, one week before Super Bowl LIV kicked off. The next day was the Opening Night craziness at Marlins Park, followed by days of media interviews.
The Chiefs practiced at the Miami Dolphins training facility in Davie, Florida, in the days leading up to the game.
This year, however, things will be completely different at Super Bowl LV. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chiefs won’t arrive in Tampa until the day before the game.
While the players and coaches will do video calls with reporters, they will miss all of the Super Bowl Week activities in Tampa.
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians believes that will be beneficial to the Chiefs.
“I think it really helps (Kansas City),” Arians said Monday during a news conference with reporters. “Normally when you get to town for the Super Bowl, everybody’s pulling and tugging,…