Titans Training Camp Begins July 31, Open to Public

Bryan Hollister@too_old_4stupidAnalyst IJuly 23, 2009

NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 1: Head coach Jeff Fisher of the Tennessee Titans watches the action during the team's minicamp on May 1, 2009 at Baptist Sports Park in Nashville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

Nashville, TN—The Tennessee Titans officially open training camp on July 31, giving fans the first opportunity to see their favorite players up close and personal. Fans also will have the opportunity to evaluate the "new" talent, from top draft pick Kenny Britt to free agent acquisition Nate Washington.

A total of 18 practices will be open to fans, with new access to parking directly across the street from Baptist Sports Park, the Titans' training facility just north of downtown Nashville.

Admission is free but limited, with fans being allowed in on a first-come, first-served basis. Although Titans officials acknowledge that overcrowding is a rare occurrence, they advise arriving early to obtain a pass to the practice field.

Locating the practice field is a simple affair: from downtown Nashville, simply take Interstate 65 North to Rosa Parks Boulevard, exiting to the North away from downtown. Once on Rosa Parks, turn right on Athens Way, then left on Great Circle Road. The Sports Park is impossible to miss; it's the big white bubble on the left, just across the street from the corporate offices for CVS.

Fans looking for autographs are in luck. Every player on the roster will be available for autographs at some point during camp. Three to five players at a minimum will sign autographs at the fences surrounding the outdoor practice field each day, with players offering additional opportunities as they see fit.

For a list of practice times and scheduled autograph sessions, you can visit the Titans official team site.


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