2009 AFC Teams Training Camp Schedules – Report Dates

Dates and sites of all the 2009 NFL training camps, plus a short preview for each AFC conference football team…

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The complete schedule of reporting dates and locations for every AFC  team training camp. These dates are not final and could change

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The long NFL off season is just about over as teams are preparing to open their summer training camps later this month.

Here is a rundown of locations and dates for all the teams in the AFC.

Team – Location  –  Reporting Date(s)

Baltimore Ravens
Westminster, MD.
July 27th
(rookies) July 29th (veterans)

Second year head coach John Harbaugh is going to have to find a way for his team to beat Pittsburgh if they hope to win the AFC North.

Including the playoffs they were 0-3 last season against the Steelers.

Buffalo Bills
Pittsford, N.Y.
July 30
th (rookies & veterans)

The Bills went out on a limb signing WR Terrell Owens, who has proven to be a major distraction everywhere else he has played.

They need to find a way to keep him happy and productive.

Cincinnati Bengals
Georgetown, KY.
July 30
th (rookies & veterans)

Marvin Lewis needs to start from scratch and create a winning mindset with his team. They started last season 0-8 and finished 4-12.

There is enough talent here to win; they just have to learn how.

Cleveland Browns
Berea, OH.
July 24th
(rookies & veterans)

The Browns have to hope that new head coach Eric Mangini can have better success with his 3-4 defense than his predecessor, Romeo Crennel as their offense is one of the worst in the league.

Denver Broncos
Englewood, CO.
July 30
th (rookies & veterans)

First year head coach Josh McDaniels has to be able to put all the turmoil of this off-season behind him and get a firm hold on this team.

He is going to need to instill some confidence in his ability to lead.

Houston Texans
Houston, TX.
July 26
th (rookies) July 31st (veterans)

The Texans have enough talent to win their division, but they have to get off to a good start.

Last year they lost their first four games and dug a hole they could never get out of.

Indianapolis Colts
Terre Haute, IN.
August 2nd
(rookies & veterans)

The Colts need to adjust to life after Tony Dungy. If new head coach Jim Caldwell can institute a smooth transition they still have enough talent to win it all.

Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville, FL
August 2nd (rookies & veterans)

Veteran head coach Jack Del Rio is going to have to work miracles with an aging team that has lost more talent than they have gained. Establishing some consistency with his offense has to be the top priority.

Kansas City Chiefs
River Falls,WS.
July 31st
(rookies & veterans)

The Chiefs need to forget about last season’s disastrous 2-14 effort. They have a new head coach, Todd Haley and a new QB, Matt Cassel.

All they need now is a totally new attitude that is focused on winning.

Miami Dolphins
Aug 1st
(rookies & veterans)

After one of the best turn a rounds in NFL history going from 1-15 in 2007 to 11-5 in 2008, the Dolphins are not going to sneak up on anyone this year.

They will need some new wrinkles in their wildcat offense to keep opposing defenses off balance.

New England Patriots
Foxboro, MA.
July 26th (rookies)  & July 29th (veterans)

All eyes will be on QB Tom Brady’s surgically repaired knee. While he has looked good in recent mini camps, the true test will be how he performs once the real hitting starts.

New York Jets
July 27
th (rookies) July 30th (veterans)

The Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez era kicks off in New York. Ryan brings his unique coaching style and Sanchez brings his big time arm to the party, but they will have to prove it will be enough for the Jets to be a factor in the AFC East.

Oakland Raiders
Nappa Valley,CA.
July 29
th (rookies & veterans)

The Raiders are going to have to decide whether they continue with the JaMarcus Russell experiment at QB or let veteran Jeff Garcia give them a shot at winning right away.

Pittsburgh Steelers
Latrobe, PA .
July 31st
(rookies & veterans)

This Steelers team remains basically unchanged from last year’s Super Bowl squad.

Their big question is can they avoid a letdown in intensity that sometimes comes from winning it all.

San Diego Chargers
San Diego, CA.
July 26th
(rookies) July 31st (veterans)

The Chargers have as much talent on both sides of the ball as any other team in the AFC.

They need to finally put it all together and play with the consistency that enables them to win, week in and week out.

Tennessee Titans
Nashville, TN.
July 30
th (rookies & veterans)

Long time head coach Jeff Fisher has to hope that veteran QB Kerry Collins has one more productive year left in him or that troubled QB Vince Young can put the past behind him and start fresh.

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