NFL training camp dates 2018: Reporting dates, locations for all 32 teams

Reporting dates for 2018 NFL training camps range from as early as July 16 for certain teams’ rookies to as late as July 27 for a handful of teams’ veterans. Though the training camp schedules look different for all 32 teams, the reporting to camp marks what many consider the official start to the 2018 NFL season.
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Also per the NFL, a three-day acclimation period will apply to Authentic Brent Urban Jersey players who are on a team’s roster up to and including the veteran reporting date. Players who report to camp, join the roster or receive medical clearance to practice during the three-day acclimation period are required to complete as much of the acclimation period as remains. After the acclimation period, such players are allowed to practice (including wearing pads) and play immediately after passing a physical.

Below are 2018 training camp reporting dates, sites and locations for all 32 NFL teams.

Gurley (40/1), following 2017, is only tied for 17th, with the other first two running backs on the board — Steelers RB LeVeon Bell and Cardinals RB David Johnson. That’s justifiable, given only four running backs have upset an otherwise exclusive QB club since 2000.

Signal-callers Drew Brees and Russell Wilson of the Saints and Seahawks, respectively, both check in at 15/1 odds, which makes sense as they continue to pursue their first MVP. Cam Newton, the 2015 MVP, and Matt Ryan, the Paul Molitor Jersey 2016 MVP, are next. But how about Jimmy Garoppolo and Deshaun Watson matching them at 20/1?

No two young quarterbacks in the league have greater buzz heading into 2018 than Garoppolo and Watson, leaders of the 49ers and Texans, respectively. These odds reflect that. Garoppolo won all five of his 49ers starts last season to improve to 7-0 in his career, rating a robust 96.2 despite limited skill position help. Watson, likewise, lifted the Texans’ offense to explosive heights with his passing and running, rating 103.0 to trump both Brady and Wentz for the year.

In Sporting News’ rather aggressive rankings of the league’s 32 starting quarterbacks, Garoppolo came in No. 8; Watson was No. 12. So consider SN to be all aboard that hype train, too.