For the first time in 54 years the Pittsburgh Steelers will not hold training camp at St. Vincent College in Latrobe. The NFL is making it mandatory that all teams hold camps at their own training facilities because of the current pandemic. The Steelers have used the college facilities since 1966.
The Steelers and Dallas Cowboys will be the first teams to begin training camp this year – to prepare for the opening preseason game in the NFL. The two teams will participate in the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio August 6th.
The opening game of college football season later this summer will not occur in Ireland. Notre Dame and Navy were to play in Dublin August 29th – but will look to play in Annapolis Labor Day weekend due to coronavirus concerns.
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