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NFL Training Camps

NFL Training Camp Openings

NFL Training Camps have begun opening and the rest of the league’s teams will be in camp within the week. Michael Vick and Roger Goodell are getting their problems resolved, Brett Favre is still sucking as much drama as he can out of his un-retirement and Terrell Owens is already sharing his sports opinions with the strange number of media assembling at the Bills training camp.

It’s a great time to be an NFL fan.

Particular National Football League team fans are probably wondering when their local teams and their rivals are opening training camp, so here’s a list of NFL training camp openings for the entire National Football League.

NFL Training Camp Opening Dates

For those teams whose veterans report later than their rookies, I have listed that in parentheses.

July 24 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Cleveland Browns

July 25 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Buffalo Bills

July 26 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Philadelphia Eagles – Veterans on July 29
Houston Texans – Veterans on July 31
New England Patriots – Veterans on July 31
San Diego Chargers – Veterans on July 31

July 27 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Baltimore Ravens – Veterans on July 29
New York Jets – Veterans on July 30

July 28 – NFL Training Camp Openings

San Francisco 49ers – Veterans on July 30

July 29 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys
Oakland Raiders
Washington Redskins

July 30 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Cincinnati Bengals
Denver Broncos
Minnesota Vikings
New Orleans Saints
Tennessee Titans
Seattle Seahawks – Veterans on July 31
St. Louis Rams – Veterans on July 31

July 31 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Atlanta Falcons
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs
Pittsburgh Steelers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

August 1 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Miami Dolphins

August 2 – NFL Training Camp Openings

Carolina Panthers
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars

August 3 – NFL Training Camp Openings

New York Giants

So there you have it. It seems like the AFC teams are more interested in getting into NFL training camp that the NFC teams, for some reasons. But once the New York Giants report, every local NFL fan will be able to forget about all the meaningless baseball scores and NBA free agent signings and concentrate on THE pro sport.

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