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Here’s Where and When all 32 NFL Teams Will Hold Training Camp

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, and the other 31 NFL teams, start prepping for the 2019 in late July.

Football season is right around the corner, and every NFL team is getting ready to break camp. Let’s take a look at where and when all 32 NFL teams will hold training camps in 2019 with locations as well as dates for both rookies and veterans.

Arizona Cardinals

  • Glendale, Arizona
  • Rookies: July 17
  • Veterans: July 24

The hiring of head coach Kliff Kingsbury and subsequent drafting of Kyler Murray made a lot of headlines this offseason. Now they’ll see if their union can turn a franchise around. 

Atlanta Falcons

  • Flowery Branch, Georgia
  • Rookies: July 18
  • Veterans: July 21

The Falcons will actually be one of two teams to play in the season’s first game when they take on the Broncos in the annual Hall of Fame Game.

Baltimore Ravens

  • Owings Mills, Maryland
  • Rookies: July 17
  • Veterans: July 24

With Joe Flacco gone and a playoff appearance in the rearview, there’s no doubt this is now Lamar Jackson’s team. How will he do with a full camp’s worth of reps with the starters?

Buffalo Bills

  • Rochester, New York
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 24

The Bills enter year two of the Josh Allen experiment. The main focus will be to cut down on turnovers.

Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers, and the other 31 NFL teams, start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
The Carolina Panthers, and the other 31 NFL teams, start prepping for the 2019 in late July. | John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 24

As always, the Panthers’ main concern this season is keeping Cam Newton healthy and in the lineup. 

Chicago Bears

  • Bourbonnais, Illinois
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 25

Chicago’s defense is primed for another big year under new defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano. 

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 26

The Bengals finally moved on from Marvin Lewis after many years. If he doesn’t improve this season, Andy Dalton may not be far behind.

Cleveland Browns

Odell Beckham. Jr. (No. 13) and the Cleveland Browns, and the other 31 NFL teams, start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
Odell Beckham. Jr. (No. 13) was the big offseason acquisition for the Browns. | Nick Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images
  • Berea, Ohio
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 24

With Odell Beckham, Jr. and Baker Mayfield leading the offense, the Browns find themselves in the unlikely position of AFC North division favorite

Dallas Cowboys

  • Oxnard, California
  • Rookies: July 26
  • Veterans: July 26

The issue of Dak Prescott getting a contract extension will surely hang over Cowboys camp as they look to win back-to-back NFC East titles. 

Denver Broncos

  • Englewood, Colorado
  • Rookies: July 17
  • Veterans: July 17

It’s unclear how much Joe Flacco has left in the tank after an injury-plagued season in Baltimore last year, but John Elway and company will surely find out in training camp. 

Detroit Lions

  • Allen Park, Michigan
  • Rookies: July 18
  • Veterans: July 24

One quiet addition the Lions made that could have a big impact: Danny Amendola at wide receiver. His experience in New England may help Detroit turn the tide of their losing culture.  

Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers and the other 31 NFL teams start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
A new head coach leads Green Bay in 2019. | Larry Radloff/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • De Pere, Wisconsin
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 24

A new head coach and a disappointing 2018 has put a lot of pressure on Aaron Rodgers to bring the Packers back to contending status. 

Houston Texans

  • Houston, Texas
  • Rookies: July 21
  • Veterans: July 24

Another year of Deshaun Watson and his always-improving performance has Houston fans thinking playoffs again. 

Indianapolis Colts

  • Westfield, Indiana
  • Rookies: July 21
  • Veterans: July 24

The Colts look to repeat as AFC South champions for the first time since 2009 and 2010. Having quarterback Andrew Luck leading the way helps the cause.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 24

The Jags paid Nick Foles a king’s ransom to give them consistent play at QB. Now they’ll see if he can handle the load of a full season.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs and the other 31 NFL teams start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
Patrick Mahomes (middle) looks to build on his MVP season in 2019. | Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • St. Joseph, Missouri
  • Rookies: July 23
  • Veterans: July 26

The Chiefs shored up their defense and hope to improve on Patrick Mahomes‘ already impressive 2018 season. 

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Costa Mesa, California
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 24

A disappointing playoff exit left a bitter taste in the Chargers’ mouth. This year, they’ll try to topple Kansas City for the AFC West crown. 

Los Angeles Rams

  • Irvine, California
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 26

Coach Sean McVay will need to figure out how to best use superstar running back Todd Gurley as the Rams try to stave off a Super Bowl hangover.

Miami Dolphins

  • Davie, Florida
  • Rookies: July 21
  • Veterans: July 24

The Dolphins start a rebuild this year, but they’re excited to usher in a new era behind first-year head coach and former Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores. 

Minnesota Vikings

  • Eagan, Minnesota
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 25

Kirk Cousins looks to rebound from a horrendous finish to last season. Hopefully, that can lead the Vikings back to the playoffs. 

New England Patriots

The New England Patriots and the other 31 NFL teams start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
The Patriots have yet another Super Bowl title to defend in 2019. | Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images
  • Foxborough, Massachusetts
  • Rookies: July 21
  • Veterans: July 24

Tom Brady will continue to defy time while looking for a big target to replace the retired Rob Gronkowski.

New York Giants

  • East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 24

The Giants were booed roundly for taking QB Daniel Jones early in the 2019 NFL draft. Now fans will see whether they were right or wrong about him. 

New York Jets

  • Florham Park, New Jersey
  • Rookies: July 19
  • Veterans: July 24

After struggling in Miami, Adam Gase gets a new lease on his NFL coaching life with a chance to turn around the Jets. 

Oakland Raiders

  • Napa, California
  • Rookies: July 23
  • Veterans: July 26

The 2019 training camp starts the Raiders’ last year in Oakland. They’ll have one more campaign before heading to Las Vegas.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
The Eagles stay close to home for training camp. | John Jones/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 24

Now that Nick Foles left for Jacksonville, will Carson Wentz be able to stay healthy enough to finish a season? If not, who will save the Eagles this time? 

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Latrobe, Pennsylvania
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 25

Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are gone, and Pittsburgh missed the playoffs last year. It’s hard to remember a time when the franchise was under this much pressure to succeed. 

San Francisco 49ers

  • Santa Clara, California
  • Rookies: July 26
  • Veterans: July 26

The big question on everyone’s mind for the 49ers is if Jimmy Garoppolo can stay healthy for an entire season, and if he can live up to the hype once he does.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks start prepping for the 2019 in late July.
The Seahawks hope to return to NFL prominence in 2019. | Joseph Weiser/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • Renton, Washington
  • Rookies: July 17
  • Veterans: July 24

Armed with the biggest contract in league history, Russell Wilson will see if he can live up to those big figures and bring the Seahawks back to NFL prominence. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Tampa, Florida
  • Rookies: July 21
  • Veterans: July 25

It will be interesting to see if new coach Bruce Arians can get Jameis Winston back on track. 

Tennessee Titans

  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Rookies: July 22
  • Veterans: July 25

Ryan Tannehill wasn’t great in Miami, but he offers the Titans a solid insurance policy for oft-injured starting QB Marcus Mariota. 

Washington Redskins

  • Richmond, Virginia
  • Rookies: July 24
  • Veterans: July 24

The battle everyone will have eyes on will be rookie Dwayne Haskins versus Case Keenum at QB. Keenum may win in Richmond, but expect the Redskins’ first-round draft pick to start before long