In what's been the strangest NFL offseason perhaps ever, fans are about to get some sense of normalcy back. Several reports indicate that all 32 teams will officially kick off their training camps on July 28, the date full squads are expected to report by.
The NFL's schedule has been in flux since the coronavirus pandemic first shook the country, and teams have been unable to hold their normal OTAs and rookie minicamps, instead holding meetings virtually, as they did for the draft. According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, teams are expecting veterans to report to camps 47 days before the start of the regular season, as the CBA requires.
Of course, things may still change. The NFL already canceled the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, originally scheduled for Aug. 6, and may shorten the preseason to just two games per team. But in order to start the regular season on time on Sept. 10, getting a date for training camp was a big first step.
Should the NFL be able to safely play the 2020 season, there's plenty to look forward to. There's Tom Brady taking over in Tampa Bay and Cam Newton potentially filling his shoes in New England. Record-breaking college quarterbacks Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa have their first chance to make their marks in the pro ranks. More than a dozen teams are serious contenders to meet at Raymond James Stadium for Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, 2021.
Fans may not be able to attend training camp to see their favorite players in person, but the NFL season still appears to be upon us. Here is a look at where all 32 NFL teams will be conducting training camps:
Arizona Cardinals: State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)
Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta Falcons Training Facility (Flowery Branch, Georgia)
Baltimore Ravens: Under Armour Performance Center (Owings Mills, Maryland)
Buffalo Bills: One Bills Drive (Orchard Park, New York)
Carolina Panthers: Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Chicago Bears: Halas Hall (Lake Forest, Illinois)
Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati)
Cleveland Browns: Cleveland Browns Training Complex (Berea, Ohio)
Dallas Cowboys: Ford Center at The Star (Frisco, Texas)
Denver Broncos: Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Centre (Dove Valley, Colorado)
Detroit Lions: Detroit Lions Training Facility (Allen Park, Michigan)
Green Bay Packers: Don Hutson Center (Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin)
Houston Texans: Houston Texans Training Center (Houston)
Indianapolis Colts: Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center (Indianapolis)
Jacksonville Jaguars: TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville, Florida)
Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City Chiefs Practice Facility (Kansas City, Missouri)
Las Vegas Raiders: Raiders Headquarters (Henderson, Nevada)
Los Angeles Chargers: Jack Hammett Sports Complex (Costa Mesa, California)
Los Angeles Rams: California Lutheran University (Thousand Oaks, California)
Miami Dolphins: Baptist Health Training Facility (Davie, Florida)
Minnesota Vikings: TCO Performance Center (Eagan, Minnesota)
New England Patriots: Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Massachusetts)
New Orleans Saints: New Orleans Saints Training Facility (Metairie, Louisiana)
New York Giants: Quest Diagnostics Training Center (East Rutherford, New Jersey)
New York Jets: Atlantic Health Jets Training Center (Florham Park, New Jersey)
Philadelphia Eagles: NovaCare Complex (Philadelphia)
Pittsburgh Steelers: Heinz Field (Pittsburgh)
San Francisco 49ers: San Francisco 49ers Training Facility (Santa Clara, California)
Seattle Seahawks: Virginia Mason Athletic Center (Renton, Washington)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: One Buccaneer Place (Tampa, Florida)
Tennessee Titans: Saint Thomas Sports Park (Nashville, Tennessee)
Washington: Bon Secours Washington Football Team Training Center (Richmond, Virginia)
Note: Reporting dates subject to change.