Falcons will hold six open training camp practices

NFL: AUG 04 Falcons Training Camp
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NFL teams have been announcing their training camp schedules in recent weeks and one of the items of interest in those announcements is how many sessions will be open to the public.

Fans were not allowed to attend camp practices last year and many teams have shared plans for access to more than a dozen practices this summer. Falcons fans will not have as many opportunities to see their team in action, however.

The Falcons announced that they will have six open practices this summer. Five of them will be free and held at their Flowery Branch facility. The other one will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and will cost $5 a ticket with proceeds going to Emory Healthcare’s research and discovery programs.

The first open practice will take place on July 31 as part of the NFL’s “Back Together Saturday” event.

1 responses to “Falcons will hold six open training camp practices

  1. The lowest number of open training camp practices I’ve seen. The reason for this is what? Practices are closed to fans all season, and for good reason. But training camp practices are the one time fans can see the team they support in any many ways including financially, prepare for the season up close and personal.

    ALL training camp practices should be open unless moved to the indoor because of weather. This is too much for your loyal fan base to feel entitled to? Some fans don’t care to attend, that’s wonderful. The fans that do should be allowed access to do so.

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