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Los Angeles Rams 2019 training camp report dates finalized

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No full schedule yet, but we know when the Rams will start showing up to UC Irvine.

Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff signs autographs during training camp at UC Irvine, Jul. 27, 2019.
Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff signs autographs during training camp at UC Irvine, Jul. 27, 2019.
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The Los Angeles Rams have yet to release their full schedule for training camp in 2019, but the league confirmed reporting dates today in a release.

Rookies report: July 24

Veterans report: July 26

Training camp begins: July 27

The Rams are beginning camp later than most this year as one of six teams kicking things off on the 27th. No teams start camp later than that.

The Rams usually have the majority of training camp practices open to the public. Last year, they only had one home practice that wasn’t as it was only available to season ticket owners and stadium seat license holders. There were also two road practices as the Rams held a joint session with the Baltimore Ravens prior to the preseason opener last year; those practices were open to the public but governed by Ravens’ training camp rules and not the Rams’. This year, the Rams are holding two joint practices with the Los Angeles Chargers with one practice at the Chargers’ camp location at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa and one practice at the Rams’ camp at UC Irvine.

Expect the full training camp schedule to be released this week.