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Bengals will move training camp if no deal by July 15


We don’t think we’re that close to preseason games being cancelled just yet, but we do know a few dates when training camp plans will be affected.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that a labor deal will have to be reached (or the lockout lifted) by July 15 or the team won’t hold their training camp at Georgetown College, their usual location.

This follows up a similar report by Albert Breer that said the Jets would need an answer on the lockout by roughly July 1 or their training camp would not be held in Cortland.  After that point, the teams would presumably hold camps at their home facilities.

July 15 will be an interesting date to watch.  Breer believes that’s the rough deadline for a deal in order to miss preseason games.

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2 Responses to “Bengals will move training camp if no deal by July 15”
  1. nyjalleffingday says: May 27, 2011 10:17 AM

    Hey, if that means the Jets practice at Hofstra, I’m all for it! The drive upstate to Cortland sucks.

  2. wizahdry says: May 27, 2011 12:08 PM

    I spoke to some one who lives in Cortland a few months ago and training camp is very important for them. It is a small town and that training camp brings a lot of much needed business to the area. Yet another aspect of little guys suffering because two giants can’t put their greed aside and just divide up the 9 billion dollar pie and get back to work!

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