The NFL and the beginning of the first training camp in history

Tom Brady compares slog of NFL season to military deployment

As NFL fans wait for their teams to start preparations for the 2016 season, they’ll get some hope with the start of the Army Rangers program starting on Aug. 1. The program is a military-style training program focused on leadership, citizenship and teamwork.

But the rest of the world isn’t having as much fun.

NFL players will have to report for training camp for the first time this year, and if the season is to start, the league will have to adjust its rules in order to get enough players to take the field.

As the Washington Redskins prepare to open the regular season against the New York Giants Thursday night at FedEx Field, the clock is ticking and the NFL season is officially underway.

Here are some details about the NFL and the beginning of the first training camp in history:

The NFL will begin training camp by having the players report for the first time Thursday. Then, they will practice all week and then play the season opener against the Giants. After that, they’ll have a series of mandatory minicamp until May 26.

All players will report to Camp Patrick Henry in Chantilly, Va. for the opening day of training camp, Aug. 1. Players will also be required to attend mandatory minicamp at the same location before the players can begin their season.

The rules for all NFL training camp practices will have to be changed, according to ESPN.

A lot can go wrong.

Players can get injured, get suspended or even be kicked off the team, and coaches and players alike will be on the field at once, according to the ESPN article.

As the Washington Redskins open their first training camp of the season, they are starting over from scratch. The franchise is moving from its headquarters in Landover, Md. to a new facility near the nation’s capital.

The biggest adjustment on the ground is the number of players and the number of coaches in camp.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has been out since suffering a high right ankle sprain in the third game of the season. Coach Jay Gruden said Griffin needed to be evaluated. He is expected to return for one or two games, Gruden said.

All players will report to camp Thursday.

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