Patriots football is something we’re looking forward to, and there it is, right around the corner. The first public training camp of the team was scheduled for July 26, and the veterans will arrive to Foxboro the day before. Need more info about the camp? Just keep going.
We give you a breakdown of the camp’s schedule, as presented at the team’s official website. The training camp is sure a thing this year.
July 26: Practice begins at 9:15 am
July 27: Practice begins at 9:15 am
July 28: Practice begins at 9:15 am
July 29: Practice begins at 9:15 am
The gates will open at 8:00 each morning, and will stay open for an hour after the daily session. Fans can visit the training camp for free.
This is a nice opportunity for everyone who is willing to check the Patriots’ game before the season. Training camps are the spot where top players engage with fans, sign them autographs and even take selfies.
The training camp and the preseason of the team will look a bit different than any other season. The Patriots won’t hold any joint practices with other teams, meaning that the Redskins and Eagles won’t arrive at Foxboro.
Jacob Hollister is a promising name, as confirmed during the minicamp. If he keeps doing a good job, he may eventually rival Dwayne Allen for the No. 2 tight end spot, right behind Rob Gronkowski.
Rex Burkhead and James White have a role with the Patriots’ offense. We’re trying to guess the role of Mike Gillislee and Jeremy Hill.
The block-names are also a mystery. The Patriots added Trent Brown and decided to draft Isaiah Wynn. How do Joe Thuney, David Andrews, Shaq Mason and Marcus Cannon come in combination? Let’s just wait for it. Nice things will happen on the field, and the Patriots have promised a good game.