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Packers release 2021 training camp schedule

This year’s schedule features 13 public practices, including two joint practices with the New York Jets.

Green Bay Packers Mandatory Minicamp Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers have released their training camp schedule, and fans should be happy about how often they’ll be able to see their team live and in person this year.

After a year without any public practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans will be able to watch the Packers on the practice field 13 times in 2021, including the annual Family Night practice at Lambeau Field.

Training camp kicks off on July 28, and Packers fans will have the opportunity to attend practice six of the next seven days. According to the schedule released by the Packers, this year’s joint practices with the New York Jets on August 18 and 19 will also be open to the public.

Rookies will report for training camp on July 23, while veterans are due in town on July 27 — a key date for the ongoing Aaron Rodgers watch.

According to the Packers’ release, the Packers will not be using their customary training camp accommodations at St. Norbert College this year due to the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols, which mandate that teams spend as much time in their own facilities as possible.