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Fans of the Titans can get their first glimpse of the 2013 squad on Friday, July 26, the first of 12 total training camp practices that will be free for the public to attend.  Training camp is the only time of the year that practices are open to the general public. For more information on Titans training camp, fans can call the team’s training camp hotline at (615) 565-4190, or DOWNLOAD THE TITANS TRAINING CAMP PRESS RELEASE (PDF).

Fans can follow the Titans through camp on the club’s social media platforms, including Facebook (facebook.com/titans), Twitter (@tennesseetitans), Google (plus.google.com/Titans) and Instagram (instagram.com/tennesseetitans).  Users can also use the hashtag #TitansCamp.



Admission to practice and parking for fans is free at Saint Thomas Sports Park.  Fans attending training camp can park directly across the street from Saint Thomas Sports Park in the CVS/Caremark corporate offices at 445 Great Circle Road.

Directions to training camp parking:
• 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.

At the practice facility, fans are permitted to walk along and watch from the perimeter of the three outdoor practice fields. Gates to the practice field generally open 15 minutes prior to the scheduled practice. Fans should be prepared to stand during practice, as bleacher seating is very limited.  Workouts inside the practice “bubble” are closed to the public.



Every training camp practice this year that is open to the public is scheduled to begin during the afternoon or evening hours. The start times range from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices typically last two hours but can run shorter or longer.



Every player on the Titans roster will take part in a free autograph session after practice at least once during training camp. Generally, six to eight players are assigned to the autograph schedule each day, and usually the players sign autographs along the sideline of the field nearest to the fan entrance. Additional players may choose to sign autographs at their discretion. The players’ time is limited, however, and fans are not guaranteed to receive autographs. A tentative autograph schedule is released approximately one week in advance at TitansOnline.com and through various media outlets. The autograph schedule is subject to change without notice.



Fans should dress appropriately for the heat of Middle Tennessee. Training camp practices often take place during the hottest portions of the day, and there are very few shaded areas overlooking the practice fields at Saint Thomas Sports Park.



 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.



A merchandise tent will be open during all practices, selling a variety of Titans goods and apparel. The merchandise tent will be located at the entrance to the practice field. Additionally, a concession stand selling ice cold Coca-Cola products will be open during all practices. Fans are permitted to bring their own refreshments. However, tobacco products and alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited.



Fans are not permitted to use video cameras during training camp practices and are asked to not bring them onto the premises.  Video features on cellular devices are also prohibited from being used.  However, “still” photography cameras are permitted.



The safety of fans and players is the organization’s top priority during training camp practices.  If inclement weather, particularly lightening, is moving into the area, practice may be moved to the team’s indoor practice “bubble,” where fans are not permitted due to space restrictions.  Practice also is subject to be moved indoors due to extreme heat conditions.  Upon inclement weather, fans may be asked to depart the practice facility.