The Green Bay Packers made a minor announcement on Tuesday, finalizing the practice schedule for the team’s 2019 training camp. The team announced changes to the start time for two practices, while revealing the times for two others that were not solidified previously.
The reveals involved the team’s scheduled joint practices with the Houston Texans, which will take place on August 5th and 6th in the lead-up to the teams’ preseason opener at Lambeau Field. Both of those practices — which are open to the public — will begin at 10:15 AM local time, the same time as most of the team’s other public practices.
These start times come a few days after plans were revealed about Texans players joining the Packers in bicycling out from the Lambeau Field facilities to Ray Nitschke Field.
In addition to this announcement, the Packers also revealed that they will be pushing back the start times of two practices, on August 18th and 19th. Both practices were originally scheduled for 10:15 AM as well, but they will instead begin at 1:30 PM. These sessions come before the team’s third preseason game, held against the Oakland Raiders at IG Field in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and they will be the only open practices that do not begin at 10:15 AM (aside from Family Night on August 2nd).