Patriots 2017 training camp schedule: Week One

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Jul 30, 2016; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (11) high fives a fan after training camp at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

With Training Camp set to commence in just two weeks, the Patriots have announced the schedule for the first week of practices and events. Be sure to check cover32 daily as we update you with all the news and notes coming out of Gillette Stadium in the final weeks before the season.


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*All schedule information is courtesy of Patriots.com

Patriots Training Camp: Week One

July 27th (Thursday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

July 28th (Friday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

July 29th (Saturday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

*Following the Saturday morning practice, The Hall at Patriots Place will induct Raymond Clayborn in the Patriots Hall of Fame. The start time for this event is noon. Click Here for more information on the ceremony.

July 30th (Sunday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

Patriots’ Joint Practice Schedule with the Jaguars

August 8th (Tuesday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

August 9th (Wednesday) – Morning Practice (Time: TBD) Free and Open to the Public

*During every open practice, a number of players will be available for autographs. Make sure to check back at cover32 for all the updated training camp schedules.

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