2010 NFL Training Camps Are Open

2010 NFL Training Camps Are Open
It’s finally here, people! The time of year I’ve been waiting patiently for since the last second of Super Bowl 44...the opening of training camp! It’s fitting that the 2010-2011 NFL season will start and end in Dallas. The entire Cowboys team took the field last week to start their run towards a Super Bowl, in an attempt to be the first team to host and participate in (and win) a Super Bowl. The Cowboys signed all of their draftees, including first round draft pick Dez Bryant, and are ready to play championship football.

This first week of training camp has been action-packed. San Diego signed Pro Bowl TE Antonio Gates to a five-year extension, Favre Watch is in full swing, the Redskins’ $100 Million Dollar Man Albert Haynesworth reported to camp, Dez Bryant refused traditional rookie hazing by not carrying teammate Roy Williams’ shoulder pads, Lane Kiffin steals a Titans coach, and T.O. signed a one-year deal with the Bengals. How exciting!

The next month of preseason football should be action-filled on and off the field. If you are keeping track, here’s the breakdown of full-squad training camp openings for the other NFL teams:

Arizona Cardinals - July 31st (Northern Arizona University)
Atlanta Falcons - July 30th (Flowery Branch)
Baltimore Ravens - July 27th (McDaniel College)
Buffalo BIlls - July 29th (St. John Fisher College)
Carolina Panthers - July 28th
Chicago Bears - July 30th (Olivet Nazarene University)
Cincinnati Bengals - July 29th (Georgetown College)
Cleveland Browns - July 31st (Browns Training Facility)
Denver Broncos - August 1st (Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre)
Detroit Lions - August 4th (Ford Field)
Green Bay Packers - July 31st (Ray Nitschke Field - St. Norbert College)
Houston Texans - July 30th (Methodist Training Center)
Indianapolis Colts - August 1st (Anderson University)
Jacksonville Jaguars - July 29th (Jacksonville Municipal Stadium)
Kansas City Chiefs - July 30th (Missouri Western State University)
Miami Dolphins - July 30th (Nova Southeastern University)
Minnesota Vikings - July 30th (Minnesota State University)
New England Patriots - July 29th (Gillette Stadium)
New Orleans Saints - July 30th (Saints Training Facility)
New York Giants - August 1st (Meadowlands)
New York Jets - August 2nd (SUNY Cortland)
Oakland Raiders - July 29th (Napa Valley Training Complex)
Philadelphia Eagles - July 31st (Leigh University)
Pittsburgh Steelers - July 30th (St. Vincent College)
San Diego Chargers - July 30th (Chargers Park)
San Francisco 49ers - July 30th (Marie P. DeBartolo Sports Center)
Seattle Seahawks - July 31st (Virginia Mason Athletic Center)
St. Louis Rams - July 31st (Russell Training Center)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - July 31st (One Buccaneer Place)
Tennessee Titans - July 31st (Baptist Sports Park)
Washington Redskins - July 29th (Redskins Park)

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