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ATLANTA, GA - FEBRUARY 03: A detail of a New England Patriots player raising the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Patriots defeat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 during Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The Patriots are back on the field preparing for the 2022 season. They are hoping for better results then last year. Today, the team announced their training camp schedule. The first training camp will be held on Wednesday, July 27. The team will open their practices to the public for the next three practices July 28-30. These training camps are open to the public and free.  The time of these free practices have not been announced. Don’t expect to see these players in full pads hitting each other. The NFL stated that the “first three days of NFL training practices must involve zero contact in practice. Players can then progress to practicing at full speed in helmets and light gear.” The Patriots full padded practice will not take place until August 1, according to the The Pats have a practice with the Carolina Panthers on Aug 16, 17th which is free. All these free practices are held in Foxboro outside Gillette Stadium. Here is a friendly reminder, practices could be canceled due to weather. So don’t get mad if you drive to Foxboro and you arrive and the practices are canceled. Check the weather before you go. The Patriots will begin their preseason against the Giants August 11th.



Patriots training camp schedule, open practices announced

The Patriots will hold their first training camp practice on Wednesday, July 27. It will be open to the public. The Pats will also open their doors for their next three practices running July 28-30. Admission is free. Historically, most of the Patriots' training camp practices before their first preseason game have been open to fans.