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Bengals practices open to the public


Bengals Training Camp will have practices open to the public between July 24 and Aug. 14 at Paul Brown stadium.

Most practices will be held on the practice fields just west of PBS. The exceptions will be two Family Day events inside PBS on Aug. 2 and Aug. 9.

Seating capacity for the practice fields will include 1,250 bleacher seats, plus addition room for fans to stand alone the sidelines. Admission is free and no passes are required to enter. No chairs or temporary seating will be permitted.

Fans will be allowed to bring small soft-side coolers, unopened bottles of water and food into all practices. Conessions also will be available.

At the end of every session on the practice fields, groups of players will be available for autographs for 15 minutes. At the conclusion of the Family Day practices, the entire roster of players will be available for autographs.

Parking for all practices is available in the public lots adjacent to PBS.



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