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Dates for reporting to NFL training camps become official

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The NFL is moving ahead and it will start soon.

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For the last several months everything in our world has been adjusted, postponed, suspended, cancelled, or something in between all of that. The impact from Covid-19 is very real and has been felt in innumerable ways.

Many have wondered what could happen to the NFL season as other professional sports leagues do what they can to get back on track. It was reported a while back that teams would show up to training camp on July 28th, but there was still some question as to whether that would really materialize.

Saturday morning brought with it some news. The NFL is marching forward, and the next week is going to be filled with players reporting all around the league.

Report dates for training camp are now official

With the exception of the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans, who will report earlier, the NFL officially announced that players will report on July 28th. Rookies will report a week earlier on July 21st and both quarterbacks and injured players will report on July 23rd.

We are inside of two months to the scheduled beginning of the regular season and obviously a lot has to happen before things can fully kick off. This will be a critical time period as far as establishing expectations for the regular season.