Eagles to hold practice at Franklin Field

June, 25, 2014
Jun 25
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PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles will hold an open training camp practice at Franklin Field, their first appearance in the University of Pennsylvania stadium since the 1970 season.

The practice is scheduled for Aug. 10. Tickets will be available beginning July 16 through PennAthletics.com/Eagles. There is no cost for the tickets.

The Eagles’ two open practices at Lincoln Financial Field are set for July 28, the third day of camp, and Aug. 3. There is no charge for those practices and, unlike last year, no tickets will be required. The July 28 practice will be the first chance for many fans to see the renovated stadium.

The Eagles announced Wednesday that players will report to the NovaCare Complex for camp on Friday, July 25. The first practice at the complex is set for the next day. Practices at the Eagles’ complex are closed to the public, except for a small number of season-ticket holders.

The practices at Franklin and Lincoln Financial Field will begin at 12:15 p.m. ET. Practices at NovaCare will begin at 11:45 a.m.

The Eagles also announced what was pretty well known for weeks. They will practice for three days with the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Massachusetts, before the teams' Aug. 15 preseason game.

Phil Sheridan

ESPN Philadelphia Eagles reporter

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