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Redskins head to Richmond VA for training camp

Want to see the Redksins in action at training camp ? Don’t be surprised if you hear a lot of people talking about going to Richmond in the next few weeks.

Starting this week , July 25th, 2013 the Washington Redskins will hold training camp in Richmond, VA for the first time this summer, at a new facility that’s expected to draw 100,000 fans — 60 percent of whom will be tourists .A chance to watch Robert Griffin III, Brian Orakpo and the rest of the defending NFC East champions practice (free of charge) is a great reason to make the drive down Interstate 64

 

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Redskins 2013 Training Camp Schedule

 

2013 BON SECOURS WASHINGTON REDSKINS TRAINING CENTER FAN SCHEDULE

The practices listed below are open to the public free of charge. Practice dates are subject to change without notice (especially in the event of inclement weather). Gates will open at 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. Fans are encouraged to visit www.redskins.com/trainingcamp for up-to-the-minute information.

 

***DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE–PRACTICE SESSIONS CAN BE CANCELED WITHOUT NOTICE***

 

Thursday, July 25 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Friday, July 26 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Saturday, July 27 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Sunday, July 28 No practice, players’ day off  
Monday, July 29 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Tuesday, July 30 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Wednesday, July 31 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Thursday, Aug. 1 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Friday, Aug. 2 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice

Saturday, Aug. 3

Fan Appreciation Day–Noon  
Sunday, Aug. 4 No practice, players’ day off  
Monday, Aug. 5 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Tuesday, Aug. 6 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Wednesday, Aug. 7 No practice, team travel  
Thursday, Aug. 8 No practice, game day  
Friday, Aug. 9 No practice, player travel  
Saturday, Aug. 10 1 p.m. Practice  
Sunday, Aug. 11 No practice, players’ day off  
Monday, Aug. 12 10 a.m. Walkthrough 3:20 p.m. Practice
Tuesday, Aug. 13   12:40 p.m. Practice
Wednesday, Aug. 14   12:40 p.m. Practice
Thursday, Aug. 15   12:40 p.m. Practice
Friday, Aug. 16 9:45 a.m. Practice  

 

  • Fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on during practice, overlooking the practice fields. No bleachers are available on-site. Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center visitors can walk around designated areas outside the practice fields to watch their favorite players.
  • For security purposes, all visitors and bags entering the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center grounds are subject to search by team security.
  • The City of Richmond will offer a variety of parking options for Redskins fans during training camp. With the exception of City Stadium, which will cost $7 and includes a shuttle, all parking facilities will be $5. A list of available parking lots provided by the City of Richmond can be found at www.redskins.com/trainingcamp.

  • Camp Breaks on Friday, Aug. 16. All practices from this date on will be closed to the public.
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