We are now a month away from NFL Training Camps getting cranked up. And on Thursday morning, the Miami Dolphins became the latest team to announce their training camp plans.
The team released dates and information on their website, including for Fins fans to be able to come out and see some of the practices:
The 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣9️⃣ Training Camp Schedule is here! We'll see you at practice starting on July 25th!
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The first camp practices for new coach Brian Flores will typically be in the morning and begin, on Thursday July 25th.
Miami will have a total of 10 training camp practices that will be open and available to the public. That will also include their Saturday August 1st team scrimmage at Hard Rock Stadium, which they have done for the past few years.
The Dolphins have optimism with Flores having come out of the championship Patriots organization where he had been for over a decade and was their defensive play-caller a year ago when they won Super Bowl 53. The team also made a “splash trade” during the NFL Draft for former Cardinals number one pick Josh Rosen and hope that he will win the starting QB job in this upcoming camp/preseason.
For now, the team is utilizing 15 year veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick as their starter after he signed a two-year deal as a free agent in March.
The Dolphins will open the preseason a week after their scrimmage on August 8th, when they host the Atlanta Falcons. They then, will practice for two days the following week in Tampa before playing the Buccaneers on Friday night August 16th.
Miami stays in state taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars in a nationally televised game on FOX on Thursday night August 22nd. And then, they will close out the preseason the following Thursday night the 29th at New Orleans at the Superdome.
The Dolphins will open the regular season with two home games. First, Baltimore comes in for week one and then, Flores gets a matchup with his old team/division rival, the Patriots in week two.
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