Posted July 31, 2018 11:38:07The NFL Training Camps have been an annual tradition for many years now.
They are the highlight of every season, and have always been the best way to get a peek into the league’s new crop of players.
The schedule for the 2018 NFL Training Centres was announced last month, but this year’s schedule will be the first to be released.
It starts on Aug. 11, with the league announcing that all 30 NFL teams will hold training camps from Aug. 20 to Aug. 24.
Those camps will take place in five different cities, and the majority of the participating teams will be in major markets.
Here’s what you need to know about the NFL’s Training Camps:Who’s coming?
The schedule is the first release of the league-wide schedule.
This is not the same as the previous year’s dates and times, which had to be announced on a live feed.
The schedule is based on NFL Media Insider Jason La Canfora’s projection, which was based on all of the games broadcast on NFL Network, as well as the NFL Network’s live feeds from the 2018 Training Camp.
The players participating in the 2018 league-leading 53-man roster will be announced at the end of the 2017 season, so you should know which players are making the roster.
But the league will keep the details of the roster secret for now.
The 2018 schedule will include four training camps: Jacksonville, Denver, Chicago and Dallas.
The last three are in the South.
The NFL is currently taking reservations for camps, so be sure to reserve your tickets now.
Here are the players participating for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears:Jacksonville Jaguars: TE Greg Olsen, WR Michael Crabtree, DE Mychal Kendricks, WR Amari Cooper, LB Tyvon Branch, OT Anthony Barr, WR Mike Williams, QB Blake BortlesThe Denver Broncos: DE Derek Wolfe, OT Joe Staley, DT T.J. Ward, LB Kaleb Ramsey, LB Terrance Knighton, WR Corey NelsonThe Chicago Bears