NFL clubs this week begin on-field preparations for the 2022 season. Two clubs, Buffalo and Las Vegas, have rookies reporting today while the Raiders, who will face the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL/Hall of Fame Game on August 4 (8:00 PM ET, NBC) in Canton, OH, have veterans reporting on Wednesday and will be the first club to have its entire team on-site.

The defending Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams, who host Buffalo in the league’s annual primetime kickoff game on September 8 (8:20 PM ET, NBC), have rookies and veterans reporting on Saturday.  

Tomorrow, rookies from eight clubs will report: Atlanta, Baltimore, the Los Angeles Chargers, Miami, New England, New Orleans, the New York Giants and New York Jets. For every club except Buffalo, Jacksonville, Las Vegas and the Los Angeles Rams, veterans will report Tuesday, July 26.

On Saturday, July 30, for the second-consecutive year, all 32 clubs will hold practice with club-led fan events. July 30 will be branded as Training Camp: Back Together Saturday presented by Wilson, with NFL Network providing 13 hours of live coverage, beginning at 9:00 AM ET. NFL Network’s “Inside Training Camp” kicks off July 25, providing extensive coverage of training camps throughout the summer.

In a growing trend, 24 clubs have scheduled joint practices with other teams, beginning with Miami and Tampa Bay on August 10 at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa, FL. Both teams are among the eight that will practice against multiple opponents, along with Atlanta, Dallas, New England, the New York Jets, Philadelphia and Tennessee.

Seven clubs will be spending camp away from their facilities – Buffalo (St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY), Carolina (Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC), Dallas (Marriott Residence Inn at River Ridge in Oxnard, CA), Indianapolis (Grand Park in Westfield, IN), Kansas City (Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, MO), the Los Angeles Rams (University of California, Irvine) and Pittsburgh (Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA).

Excluding 2020, the 25 clubs (78 percent) that are opting to “stay home” this summer, trailing only 2021 for the most such teams since 2000. Teams considered to be “staying home” hold camp at their respective practice facility, home stadium or at a site within 10 miles of their team headquarters. In 2000, only 10 of 31 (32 percent) teams stayed close to home.

The number of NFL teams that stayed home for the entirety of training camp since 2000:

YEARNFL TEAMS WITH HOME TRAINING CAMPS (PCT.)YEARNFL TEAMS WITH HOME
TRAINING CAMPS (PCT.)
200010 of 31 (32%) 201219 of 32 (59%)
20019 of 31 (29%) 201320 of 32 (63%)
200210 of 32 (31%) 201420 of 32 (63%)
200314 of 32 (44%) 201521 of 32 (66%)
200415 of 32 (47%) 201620 of 32 (63%)
200517 of 32 (53%) 201721 of 32 (66%)
200615 of 32 (47%) 201821 of 32 (66%)
200716 of 32 (50%) 201922 of 32 (69%)
200815 of 32 (47%)2020*32 of 32 (100%)
200917 of 32 (53%) 202126 of 32 (81%)
201017 of 32 (53%) 202225 of 32 (78%)
201119 of 32 (59%) 

*All teams trained at home due to COVID-19 pandemic

The following is a list of joint-practice sessions scheduled for 2022:

FIRST SESSIONTRAVELING TEAMHOST TEAMLOCATION
8/10MiamiTampa BayTampa, FL
8/11DallasDenverEnglewood, CO
8/16New OrleansGreen BayGreen Bay, WI
8/16CarolinaNew EnglandFoxborough, MA
8/17DetroitIndianapolisWestfield, IN
8/17DallasL.A. ChargersCosta Mesa, CA
8/17San FranciscoMinnesotaEagan, MN
8/17Tampa BayTennesseeNashville, TN
8/18PhiladelphiaClevelandBerea, OH
8/19AtlantaN.Y. JetsFlorham Park, NJ
8/23New EnglandLas VegasHenderson, NV
8/24JacksonvilleAtlantaFlowery Branch, GA
8/24L.A. RamsCincinnatiCincinnati, OH
8/24PhiladelphiaMiamiMiami Gardens, FL
8/24ArizonaTennesseeNashville, TN
8/25N.Y. JetsN.Y. GiantsEast Rutherford, NJ

The following is a list of training-camp sites and rookie and veteran reporting dates:

TEAMSITELOCATIONROOKIESVETERANS
ArizonaState Farm StadiumGlendale, AZ7/217/26
AtlantaAtlanta Falcons Training FacilityFlowery Branch, GA7/197/26
BaltimoreUnder Armour Performance CenterOwings Mills, MD7/197/26
BuffaloSt. John Fisher CollegeRochester, NY7/187/23
CarolinaWofford CollegeSpartanburg, SC7/267/26
ChicagoPNC Center at Halas HallLake Forest, IL7/237/26
CincinnatiPaul Brown StadiumCincinnati, OH7/237/26
ClevelandCrossCountry Mortgage CampusBerea, OH7/227/26
DallasMarriott Residence InnOxnard, CA7/247/26
DenverUCHealth Training CenterEnglewood, CO7/267/26
DetroitDetroit Lions Training FacilityAllen Park, MI7/237/26
Green BayNitschke FieldGreen Bay, WI7/227/26
HoustonHouston Methodist Training CenterHouston, TX7/247/26
IndianapolisGrand ParkWestfield, IN7/237/26
JacksonvilleEpiscopal School of JacksonvilleJacksonville, FL7/247/24
Kansas CityMissouri Western State UniversitySt. Joseph, MO7/227/26
Las VegasIntermountain Healthcare Performance CenterHenderson, NV7/187/20
L.A. ChargersJack Hammett Sports ComplexCosta Mesa, CA7/197/26
L.A. RamsUniversity of California, IrvineIrvine, CA7/237/23
MiamiBaptist Health Training ComplexMiami Gardens, FL7/197/26
MinnesotaTCO Performance CenterEagan, MN7/247/26
New EnglandGillette StadiumFoxborough, MA7/197/26
New OrleansOchsner Sports Performance CenterMetairie, LA7/197/26
N.Y. GiantsQuest Diagnostics Training CenterEast Rutherford, NJ7/197/26
N.Y. JetsAtlantic Health Jets Training CenterFlorham Park, NJ7/197/26
PhiladelphiaNovaCare ComplexPhiladelphia, PA7/267/26
PittsburghSaint Vincent CollegeLatrobe, PA7/267/26
San FranciscoSAP Performance FacilitySanta Clara, CA7/267/26
SeattleVirginia Mason Athletic CenterRenton, WA7/267/26
Tampa BayAdventHealth Training CenterTampa, FL7/237/26
TennesseeAscension Saint Thomas Sports ParkNashville, TN7/237/26
WashingtonThe ParkAshburn, VA7/267/26

2022 NFL PRESEASON NATIONAL TELEVISION SCHEDULE

(All times Eastern)

DATEGAMENETWORK (TIME)
Thursday, August 4NFL/Hall of Fame Game, Canton, OH Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Las Vegas RaidersNBC (8:00 PM)
Preseason Week 1  
Thursday, August 11New York Giants at New England PatriotsNFLN (7:00 PM)
Friday, August 12Atlanta Falcons at Detroit LionsNFLN (6:00 PM)
Friday, August 12Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ersNFLN (8:30 PM)
Saturday, August 13Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago BearsNFLN (1:00 PM)
Saturday, August 13Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo BillsNFLN (4:00 PM)
Saturday, August 13Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh SteelersNFLN (7:00 PM)
Saturday, August 13Dallas Cowboys at Denver BroncosNFLN (9:00 PM)
Saturday, August 14Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas RaidersNFLN (4:25 PM)
Preseason Week 2  
Thursday, August 18Chicago Bears at Seattle SeahawksESPN (8:00 PM)
Friday, August 19Carolina Panthers at New England PatriotsNFLN (7:00 PM)
Friday, August 19Houston Texans at Los Angeles RamsNFLN (10:00 PM)
Saturday, August 20Denver Broncos at Buffalo BillsNFLN (1:00 PM)
Saturday, August 20Washington Commanders at Kansas City ChiefsNFLN (4:00 PM)
Saturday, August 20Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee TitansNFLN (7:00 PM)
Saturday, August 20Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles ChargersNFLN (10:00 PM)
Sunday, August 21Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland BrownsNFLN (1:00 PM)
Sunday, August 21Cincinnati Bengals at New York GiantsNFLN (7:00 PM)
Sunday, August 21Baltimore Ravens at Arizona CardinalsFOX (8:00 PM)
Monday, August 22Atlanta Falcons at New York JetsESPN (8:00 PM)
Preseason Week 3
Thursday, August 25Green Bay Packers at Kansas City ChiefsNFLN (8:00 PM)
Thursday, August 25San Francisco 49ers at Houston TexansPrime Video (8:15 PM)
Friday, August 26Seattle Seahawks at Dallas CowboysNFLN (8:00 PM)
Saturday, August 27Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta FalconsNFLN (3:00 PM)
Saturday, August 27Los Angeles Rams at Cincinnati BengalsNFLN (6:00 PM)
Saturday, August 27Minnesota Vikings at Denver BroncosNFLN (9:00 PM)
Sunday, August 28New York Giants at New York JetsNFLN (1:00 PM)
Sunday, August 28Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh SteelersCBS (4:30 PM)

*Live games on NFL Network will be blacked out in the participating teams’ over-the-air station markets.