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Training camp is the best time for fans to get an up-close look at the current Tennessee Titans.  It is the only time of the year when practice is open to the public. 

The Titans will kick off training camp on Saturday, July 29 at 2:40 p.m., the first of four straight days open to fans.

This year’s schedule includes 13 open practices, including two morning practices with the Carolina Panthers (August 16-17) at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
 
The Titans also are scheduled to hold four evening practices, including a franchise-first "Friday Night Lights" practice on Friday, August 4 at Centennial High School in Franklin, TN, and a 6-8 p.m. practice at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, August 5.


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For the first time in 18 years of holding training camp at Saint Thomas Sports Park, many changes have been made to improve the fan experience:


New in 2017, seven sets of temporary bleachers surround the fields for better sight lines.

Several of the bleachers have awnings to provide shade. Standing along the sideline fence is discouraged in order to ease traffic flow for fans.

Two misting areas will be available for fans to cool down.

Fans are permitted to bring empty water bottles to practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park. A cold, filtered water station is available on the grounds for use free of charge. Cold, non-alcoholic beverages also are available for purchase.

Every player on the Titans roster takes part in a free autograph session after practice at least once during training camp. Generally, 15-20 players are assigned to the autograph schedule each day, including several recognizable members of the roster. Additional players may choose to sign autographs at their discretion.

Beginning in 2017, autographs are taking place in the south (far) end zone, near the area of the field where the offensive and defensive lines work. The players’ time is limited, however, and fans are not guaranteed to receive autographs from specific players.

Autograph sessions are canceled upon inclement weather.

For the safety of fans, security has been increased in 2017.

Before entering the premises, fans must go through a metal detector. Spectators are allowed to bring purses, diaper bags, small fanny packs or similar items, but all items are subject to thorough inspection.

Backpacks, large duffle bags and suitcases are not allowed.

Items not allowed on the grounds include food and beverages brought from the outside, tobacco products, liquids, coolers, umbrellas, chairs and strollers. 

Gates to the practice field generally open 15-30 minutes prior to the scheduled practice.

ACCESS TO PRACTICE IS ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS:
Although over-crowding is rare at training camp practices, there is a limit to the number of fans who can safely attend practices. Fans arriving first will be given first priority.

PRACTICE LENGTH:
Practices typically last two hours but can run shorter or longer.

DRESS APPROPRIATELY:
Fans should dress appropriately for the heat of Middle Tennessee. Training camp practices often take place during the hottest portions of the day, and many bleacher seats are not shaded. Two misting areas will be available for fans to cool down.

WEATHER POLICY:

For the safety of fans, players, media and staff members, practice will be postponed, canceled or moved indoors if stormy weather threatens Saint Thomas Sports Park. For safety reasons, fans will not be allowed to wait at the practice field and will be asked to return to their vehicles. In some cases, practice also could be moved indoors due to extreme heat.

All indoor (“bubble”) practices are closed to the general public.

COLD, FILTERED WATER STATION PROVIDED:
Fans are permitted to bring empty water bottles to practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park. A cold, filtered water station is available on the grounds for use free of charge. Cold, non-alcoholic beverages also are available for purchase.

MERCHANDISE AND CONCESSIONS:

A Titans Locker Room merchandise trailer is open before, during and after all practices, selling a variety of Titans goods and apparel. The merchandise tent is located at the entrance to the practice field. Additionally, a concession stand selling ice cold Coca-Cola products is open during all practices.

Admission to practice and parking for fans is free at training camp. Fans attending training camp may park directly across the street from Saint Thomas Sports Park at 445 Great Circle Road. Once those spaces are filled, fans are directed to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields at 720 Mainstream Drive, where a complimentary shuttle runs continuously to and from practice. Parking on the property of other area businesses could result in the vehicle being towed.

Directions to Saint Thomas Sports Park/Parking at 445 Great Circle Road:
● From Interstate 65 in downtown Nashville, take Exit 85 (Rosa Parks Boulevard) North.
● Proceed on Rosa Parks Boulevard and turn right on Athens Way.
● Turn left on Great Circle Road.
● Security officials will direct fans to the parking lot on the right and assist crossing the street into Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Directions to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields (720 Main- stream Dr.) from I-65:
● From Interstate 65 in downtown Nashville, take Exit 85 (Rosa Parks Boulevard) North.
● Continue for approximately 1.5 miles.
● Turn right on Mainstream Drive.
● Parking is immediately to the right.
● Shuttles between Rhodes Park and Saint Thomas Sports Park will operate continuously from one hour before practice until one hour after practice.

Directions to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields (720 Mainstream Dr.) from Saint Thomas Sports Park:
● Proceed west on Great Circle Road for a quarter mile.
● Turn right on Mainstream Drive
● Continue approximately 0.8 miles before turning left into the parking lot. The turn is before the intersection of Mainstream Drive and Rosa Parks Blvd.
● Shuttles between Rhodes Park and Saint Thomas Sports Park will operate continuously from one hour
before practice until one hour
after practice.

The Friday, Aug. 4 practice will be the first “Friday Night Lights” practice for the franchise, with the practice taking place at Centennial High School in Franklin (5050 Mallory Ln, Franklin, TN 37067).

Scheduled from 7:15 – 9:00 p.m., practice is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

Free parking is available on the campus of Centennial High School.

Spectators are allowed to bring purses, diaper bags, small fanny packs or similar items, but all items are subject to thorough inspection.

Backpacks, large duffle bags and suitcases are not allowed.

Additional Items not allowed on the grounds include food and beverages brought from the outside, tobacco products, liquids, coolers, umbrellas, chairs and strollers.  Concessiona will be available.

The Titans' scrimmage at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, August 5 is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

Practice is scheduled from 6-8 p.m.

Standard, gameday security, including the NFL's clear bag policy, is in effect for the practice.

Free parking is available in Nissan Stadium lots A, B, C & D.










Sat., July 29 2:40 – 4:30 pm
Sun., July 30 2:40 – 4:30 pm
Mon., July 31 8:55 – 11:00 am
Tue., Aug. 1 8:55 – 11:00 am
Thur., Aug. 3 8:55 – 11:00 am
Fri., Aug. 4 7:15 – 9:00 pm - Centennial H.S.
Sat., Aug. 5 6:00 – 8:00 pm - Nissan Stadium
Mon., Aug. 7 6:55 – 9:00 pm
Wed., Aug. 9 8:55 – 11:00 am
Thur., Aug. 10   8:55 – 11:00 am
Mon., Aug. 14 6:55 – 8:55 pm
Wed., Aug. 16 10:15 – 12:30 pm - with Carolina
Thur., Aug. 17 9:15 – 11:30 am - with Carolina
 
* Practices open to fans are "weather permitting"
- Practices moved inside the "bubble" at
Saint Thomas Sports Park due to weather are
closed to the public.