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Tampa Bay Buccaneers and NFL training camps

Bucs training camp

When: Rookies report Thursday, full squad July 26

Where: One Buc Place, Tampa

Public workouts

For information on attending, see

July 27: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

July 28: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

July 29: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

Aug. 1: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

Aug. 3: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

Aug. 4: 6:30 to 9 p.m. *

Aug. 6: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

Aug. 7: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.

* Intrasquad scrimmage at Raymond James Stadium; free parking, autograph sessions, $1 hot dogs and soft drinks, and fireworks

Preseason schedule

Aug. 10: at Dolphins, 7:30, Ch. 10

Aug. 17: Titans, 7:30, Ch. 10 *

Aug. 24: Patriots, 7:30, Ch. 10 *

Aug. 29: at Redskins, 7:30, Ch. 10

* Subject to blackout

NFL report dates

TeamSiteRookiesFull squad


ArizonaFlagstaff, Ariz.July 23July 23

AtlantaFlowery Branch, Ga.July 25July 25

CarolinaSpartanburg, S.C.MondayJuly 27

ChicagoBourbonnais, Ill.July 25July 25

DallasOxnard, Calif.July 25July 29

DetroitAllen Park, Mich.July 23July 26

Green BayGreen Bay, Wis.July 25July 25

MinnesotaMankato, Minn.July 26July 26

New OrleansMetairie, La.July 24July 24

New YorkAlbany, N.Y.July 26July 26

PhiladelphiaBethlehem, Pa.July 22July 25

St. LouisEarth City, Mo.July 24July 28

San FranciscoSanta Clara, Calif.SaturdayJuly 26

SeattleRenton, Wash.July 27July 27

WashingtonAshburn, Va.MondayJuly 25

TeamSiteRookiesFull squad


BaltimoreOwings Mills, Md.July 22July 25

BuffaloPittsford, N.Y.July 9 July 25

CincinnatiCincinnatiJuly 26July 26

ClevelandBerea, OhioJuly 24July 26

DenverEnglewood, Colo.July 25July 25

HoustonHoustonJuly 22July 27

IndianapolisAnderson, Ind.July 25July 28

JacksonvilleJacksonvilleJuly 26July 26

Kansas CitySt. Joseph, Mo.July 26July 26

MiamiDavieJuly 26July 26

New EnglandFoxborough, Mass.ThursdayJuly 25

New YorkCortland, N.Y.July 23July 26

OaklandNapa, Calif.July 29July 29

PittsburghLatrobe, Pa.July 25July 25

San DiegoSan DiegoJuly 22July 25

TennesseeNashvilleJuly 24July 27

Tampa Bay Buccaneers and NFL training camps 07/14/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 5:04pm]
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