Titans reveal dates for 2022 training camp practices open to fans

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On Monday, the Tennessee Titans announced they will have two training camp practices at Saint Thomas Sports Park open to the public in 2022.

Three days after the Titans hold their first practice of training camp on July 27, the team will let fans in for a session on Saturday July 30, and then once again on Friday, Aug. 5. Both practices will span two hours, from 9:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. CT.

Click here for more information on how to claim a free ticket, but it would appear they are already gone. Here’s additional info you need to know if you plan on attending:

Shuttles will take fans from the parking lot to Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park and cycle between the two locations throughout the event. Shuttles will begin at 9:00AM.

All Training Camp practices require a free, mobile ticket for entry, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans may reserve up to four (4) tickets per order. Tickets must be reserved in advance and will not be available on site.

Fans will have both indoor and outdoor viewing opportunities at training camp and are encouraged to plan ahead for limited seating. Light food and beverage will be provided.

The NFL Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for all practices. A prohibited items list can be found here: [link]. Should practice be affected by inclement weather or other unforeseen conflict, public access will not be rescheduled. Please note that autographs are not guaranteed and are based on player availability.

Tennessee last held a training camp practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park that was open to fans in 2019, but due to construction at the facility and the COVID-19 pandemic, that hasn’t been possible the last two years.

The Titans have instead opted for an open practice at Nissan Stadium. It remains to be seen if Tennessee will do that again in 2022, though.

We’re still waiting on the release of Tennessee’s full training camp schedule, which will reveal the practices that are open to the media. That should be coming this week.

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