Redskins announce training camp practice times

The Redskins this morning released practice times for training camp, which runs from July 25 through Aug. 16, in Richmond, at a brand-new facility. They are:

Thursday, July 25
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Friday, July 26
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Saturday July 27
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Monday, July 29
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Tuesday, July 30
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Wednesday, July 31
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Thursday, Aug. 1
10 a.m. Walkthrough
3:20 p.m. Practice
Friday, Aug. 2
10 a.m., Walkthrough
3:20 p.m., Practice
Saturday, Aug. 3
Noon, Fan Appreciation Day
Monday, Aug. 5
10 a.m., Walkthrough
3:20 p.m., Practice
Tuesday, Aug. 6
10 a.m., Walkthrough
3:20 p.m., Practice
Saturday, Aug. 10
1 p.m., Practice
Monday, Aug. 12
10 a.m., Walkthrough
3:20 p.m., Practice
Tuesday, Aug. 13
12:40 p.m., Practice
Wednesday, Aug. 14
12:40 p.m., Practice
Thursday, Aug. 15
12:40 p.m., Practice
Friday, Aug. 16
9:45 a.m., Practice

Essentially, the Redskins will practice six days a week, with Sundays off, for three and a half weeks. Washington’s preseason opener is Thursday, Aug. 8 in Tennessee, so there’ll be no action in Richmond for three consecutive days surrounding that.

For more information on training camp, The Insider posted some thoughts here, 10 things to do in Richmond in this edition of The Mailbag, The Post’s Weekend section and Going Out Guide will be featuring Richmond on July 19, and the Redskins have a couple of resources available online (An FAQ, and a camp homepage). The City of Richmond also has a training camp Web site.

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