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Redskins training camp will take place July 25 to Aug. 16

The Redskins will hold training camp in Richmond, July 25-Aug. 16.

The Washington Redskins will hold training camp from Thursday, July 25, to Friday, Aug. 16 and will open 17 days of it to their fans, the team announced Monday afternoon.

It will mark the inaugural camp at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, which currently is under construction in Richmond. The $10 million facility is located behind the Science Museum of Virginia. It will feature two practice fields, state of the art training facilities and spectator viewing areas.

The team has tentatively scheduled two practice sessions a day for training camp. Admission to those sessions is free to fans. The times of those practices have yet to be finalized.

The team’s “Fan Appreciation Day” is scheduled for noon, Saturday, Aug. 3.

Here’s a list of the dates that practices will be open to fans:

Thursday, July 25

Friday, July 26

Saturday July 27

Monday, July 29

Tuesday, July 30

Wednesday, July 31

Thursday, Aug. 1

Friday, Aug. 2

Saturday, Aug. 3 (Fan Appreciation Day – Noon)

Monday, Aug. 5

Tuesday, Aug. 6

Saturday, Aug. 10

Monday, Aug. 12

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Thursday, Aug. 15

Friday, Aug. 16

More Redskins coverage from The Post:

Monday mailbag: Rookie standouts, running back challenges and Tanard Jackson

Opening Kick: Did rookie camp change your opinion on anything?

D.C. Sports Bog: RGIII at Derby, Buffalo Wild Wings

Reid: Rambo is a chance Redskins can afford to take

Rookie defensive backs impress Shanahan at camp

Insider: More rookie camp observations

Photo gallery from rookie camp

A veteran’s view on what lies ahead for rookie safeties

Mike Jones covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Post. When not writing about a Redskins development of some kind – which is rare – he can be found screaming and cheering at one of his kids’ softball, baseball, soccer or basketball games.



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