A long, strange offseason is about to draw to a close, officially — we hope. The Tennessee Titans will begin to report to training camp on Thursday, per a release from the team.
.@Titans to begin reporting for training camp on Thursday.— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) July 21, 2020
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Quarterbacks, rookies and players returning from injuries can begin to report to the team facility on Thursday. The remaining veteran players will report on the following Tuesday. Upon arrival, players will be tested for COVID-19. Players won’t be allowed inside until they pass the set protocols provided by the NFL.
The dates for on-field training have yet to be released, but fans will not be allowed to attend open practice dates this year.
The Titans, along with every other team in the league, conducted a virtual offseason this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The preseason is likely to be cut out of the equation entirely this year, making things difficult on those trying to play their way onto rosters.
The Titans are set to open their season on Monday, September 14th against the Denver Broncos.