"It's better than I thought coming in," Mahomes said after receiving a tour of Arrowhead Stadium and the team's practice facility, per Adam Teicher of ESPN. "That's kind of put my mind at ease, knowing that I'm going to be put in the best possible situation given this time.
"You can just see that the NFL and the NFLPA are really taking this seriously [with] the social distancing, the wearing a mask."
The Chiefs have been testing all personnel entering the facility, while enforcing mask requirements and even putting in plexiglass partitions between lockers.
Mahomes was among those calling for the league to agree to safety protocols before players were to report to training camp:
Mahomes also said he had a "little concern" before arriving at the team facility.
The Super Bowl MVP is now more confident in the NFL's and Chiefs' plans heading into the 2020 season.