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49ers to report for 2022 training camp on July 26

Jun 23, 2022 at 12:18 PM--


The NFL announced training camp reporting dates. San Francisco 49ers players—both rookies and veterans—will report to the SAP Performance Facility in Santa Clara, California, on July 26.

The 49ers concluded their offseason program on June 8 with a two-day mandatory minicamp. The third day was canceled and replaced with a family day for players, coaches, and staff. Players are on a break until the start of training camp.

Below are the reporting locations and dates for every NFL team.

Team Site Location Rookies Veterans
Arizona State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ 7/21 7/26
Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Training Facility Flowery Branch, GA 7/19 7/26
Baltimore Under Armour Performance Center Owings Mills, MD 7/19 7/26
Buffalo St. John Fisher College Rochester, NY 7/18 7/23
Carolina Wofford College Spartanburg, SC 7/26 7/26
Chicago PNC Center at Halas Hall Lake Forest, IL 7/23 7/26
Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, OH 7/23 7/26
Cleveland CrossCountry Mortgage Campus Berea, OH 7/22 7/26
Dallas Marriott Residence Inn Oxnard, CA 7/26 7/26
Denver UCHealth Training Center Englewood, CO 7/26 7/26
Detroit Detroit Lions Training Facility Allen Park, MI 7/23 7/26
Green Bay Nitschke Field Green Bay, WI 7/22 7/26
Houston Houston Methodist Training Center Houston, TX 7/24 7/26
Indianapolis Grand Park Westfield, IN 7/23 7/26
Jacksonville Episcopal School of Jacksonville Jacksonville, FL 7/24 7/24
Kansas City Missouri Western State University St. Joseph, MO 7/22 7/26
Las Vegas Intermountain Healthcare Perf. Center Henderson, NV 7/18 7/20
L.A. Chargers Jack Hammett Sports Complex Costa Mesa, CA 7/19 7/26
L.A. Rams University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 7/23 7/23
Miami Baptist Health Training Complex Miami Gardens, FL 7/19 7/26
Minnesota TCO Performance Center Eagan, MN 7/24 7/26
New England Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA 7/19 7/26
New Orleans Ochsner Sports Performance Center Metairie, LA 7/19 7/26
N.Y. Giants Quest Diagnostics Training Facility East Rutherford, NJ 7/19 7/26
N.Y. Jets Atlantic Health Jets Training Center Florham Park, NJ 7/19 7/26
Philadelphia NovaCare Complex Philadelphia, PA 7/26 7/26
Pittsburgh Saint Vincent College Latrobe, PA 7/26 7/26
San Francisco SAP Performance Facility Santa Clara, CA 7/26 7/26
Seattle Virginia Mason Athletic Center Renton, WA 7/26 7/26
Tampa Bay AdventHealth Training Center Tampa, FL 7/23 7/26
Tennessee Saint Thomas Sports Park Nashville, TN 7/23 7/26
Washington The Park Ashburn, VA 7/26 7/26


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