49ers will open training camp July 28

Jun 29, 2007 at 6:53 AM--


While the date has been known for months now, NFLPlayers.com reports the San Francisco 49ers will open training camp July 28. The team will hold camp at the 49ers' Complex in Santa Clara, California. The real question is when the open practice sessions for fans will be held. 49ers.com says that they will release those exact dates and times in July.

49ers Inside Training Camp on NFL Network, the show covering individual team practice sessions, will air on July 31.





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