2009 NFC Teams Training Camp Schedules – Report Dates

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

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

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The smell of two-a-days is in the air as NFL training camps are set to open in less than two weeks.

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

Team – Location – Reporting Date(s)

Arizona Cardinals

Flagstaff, AZ.

July 29th (rookies & veterans)

With most of the team intact from last season, expectations are high for the Cardinals who lost the Super Bowl on one of the most spectacular plays in the game’s history. Their biggest test will be to avoid a letdown that has plagued other teams that have lost the big game.

Atlanta Falcons

Flowery Branch, GA.

July 31st (rookies & veterans)

After one of the best turn arounds in team history, this team is poised for bigger and better things this year. Much of their continued success will depend on the ongoing development of rookie sensation QB, Matt Ryan.

Carolina Panthers

Spartanburg, S.C.

August 2nd (rookies & veterans)

The Panthers signed QB Jake Delhomme to a long term contract extension and DE Julius Peppers to a lucrative one year deal so their two biggest stars are happy, rich, and ready to go.

Chicago Bears

Bourbonnais, IL.

July 31st (rookies & veterans)

Chicago finally has the big armed quarterback they were looking for, trading for Jay Cutler this off season. If they can add a big named receiver like Brandon Marshall, their offense could be explosive.

Dallas Cowboys

Oxnard, CA.

July 29th (rookies & veterans)

With the Terrell Owens circus pulling out of town, this team is now firmly in the hands of QB Tony Romo. This will be a make or break season for him as team owner, Jerry Jones’ patience is wearing thin.

Detroit Lions

Allen Park, MI.

July 31st (rookies & veterans)

The only good thing about taking the field to kick-off a new season after going 0-16 year before is you have nowhere to go but up. The Lions will be better, but will still have a long climb back to respectability.

Green Bay Packers

Green Bay, WI.

July 31st (rookies & veterans)

Aaron Rodgers is firmly in place as the Packers QB after living in the shadow of Brett Favre all last season. He showed flashes of greatness, but will have to play much more consistent in order for Green Bay to compete in the NFC North.

Minnesota Vikings

Mankato, MN.

July 30th (rookies & veterans)

The Vikings are going to have to bring a swift conclusion to the whole Brett Favre soap opera to avoid this being a distraction once camp opens. Head Coach Brad Childress has to put an end to this drama one way or another, or he could risk losing this team before they even play their first game.

New Orleans Saints

Metairie, LA.

July 30th (rookies & veterans)

Led by veteran QB Drew Brees, this team has enough talent to be a major factor this season. If they can improve on the defensive side of the ball, look for them to return to the playoffs after a two year hiatus.

New York Giants

Albany, N.Y.

August 3rd (rookies & veterans)

The Giants have a number of wide receivers on the roster, including 1st round pick Hakeem Nicks, to try and replace the void left by the departure of Plaxico Burress. QB Eli Manning will also feel the pressure to step up his game to make up for this loss.

Philadelphia Eagles

Bethlehem, PA.

July 26th (rookies) & July 29th (veterans)

All eyes will be on RB Brian Westbrook’s right ankle to see how well it has recovered from a recent surgery. He is expected to be ready for the season opener, but it remains to be seen how effective he will be early on.

San Francisco 49ers

Santa Clara, CA.

July 28th (rookies) & July 30th (veterans)

Mike Singletary begins his first full season as head coach after taking over mid way last season. He will undoubtedly bring a no nonsense attitude to this training camp in an effort to turn things around.

Seattle Seahawks

Kirkland, WA.

July 30th (rookies) & July 31st (veterans)

The two big story lines of this season will be the return of QB Matt Hasselbeck who missed the majority of last season with a back injury, and the start of the Jim Mora era who replaced Mike Holmgren as head coach.

St. Louis Rams

Earth  City, MO.

July 30th (rookies) & July 31st (veterans)

After a 2-14 disaster last season the Rams went out and hired Giants’ defensive coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo has their new head coach. They are hoping he can come in and instill a winning attitude with a team that has forgotten how to.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa, FL.

July 31st (rookies & veterans)

One of new head coach Raheem Morris’s first jobs will be to determine who is going to be his starting QB come opening day. Veteran’s Luke McCown and Byron Leftwich remain the front runners, but rookie Josh Freeman could also be in the mix.

Washington Redskins

Ashburn, A.

July 29th (rookies & veterans)

One of the main concerns for the Redskins heading into this season will be the health of their offensive line. The scary thing is that they have done very little this off season to try and improve this aging unit.

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2 replies on “2009 NFC Teams Training Camp Schedules – Report Dates”

I would like to amend my Eagles training camp information as had posted the wrong dates. Rookies are due to report on July 26th and the veterans will report on July 29th.

If there are any other teams with incorrect dates please let me know.

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