Miami Dolphins training camp 2021: What you need to know

Jerome Baker #55 and Inside Linebacker Benardrick McKinney Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
Jerome Baker #55 and Inside Linebacker Benardrick McKinney Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /

The NFL season is only nine Sundays from kicking off but Miami Dolphins training camp 2021 is right around the corner and the dates have been released.

July is, boring when it comes to football because unless a player is getting into trouble off the field, there really isn’t much going on. We have taken a lot of pride in providing our readers with off-season articles that might interest you or might spark some thinking and debate but the good news about July is that at the end of it, the off-season officially ends.

The Miami Dolphins announced last week that they have the dates scheduled for the start of the 2021 training camp and it all begins at the end of this month with the first open to the public practice coming on July 31.

Players will report on July 27th with weigh-in and conditioning tests but for fans itching to see this year’s group, it all starts on July 31. In all, fans will have the opportunity to possibly attend 13 practices this year. That is more than were offered last year.

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All practice sessions begin at 10:00 am and are free to the public but you must get your ticket prior to attending and they go pretty quickly if they haven’t already. This is more for informative reasons for those who can’t attend live sessions.

The Dolphins have not announced a scrimmage at this time but it will likely happen at Hard Rock Stadium. Miami will also hold joint practices with the Falcons and later with the Bears in Chicago. Practices can be canceled at any time due to weather and any sessions moved indoors will not be open to the public and will not likely be rescheduled.

This is the first year at the Dolphin’s new training facility that is located in the same lot as Hard Rock Stadium.