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Historical NFL Training Camp Locations – Pro-Football-Reference.com

Posted by Sean on December 15, 2010

2010 NFL Training Camp Locations - Pro-Football-Reference.com / Chicago Bears Training Camp History

Every once and awhile we get an e-mail with some neat new dataset that they have put together. Earlier this fall, Andrew McKillop sent us a set of research he's been doing on training camp location. That material is now on our franchise and year pages. Included below is the source material Andrew used to research this data.

Andrew wrote an extensive article in the history of NFL Training Camps for his blog. Be sure to check it out.

Sources

The History of NFL Training Camps by Andy McKillop – Reference Sources

Bears
Chicago Bears Public Relations Department. (2010). Chicago Bears History. 2010 Chicago Bears Media
Guide, pp. 225. Accessed from http://www.chicagobears.com/2010mediaguide.asp#

Briggs, Brad. (2010, August 9). Bears’ camp home uncertain beyond 2011. Chicago Break Sports.
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Associated Press. (1984, July 17). Bears move to Platteville just to get away from it all. Cedar Rapids (IA)
Gazette, pp. 25. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1975, March 18). Bears training site to Lake Forest. Pontiac (IL) Daily Leader, pp. 8.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1949, April 16). Bears At St. Joseph’s. Logansport (IN) Press, pp. 4. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1944, July 26). Chicago Bears Switch Training Camp Site. Salt Lake Tribune, pp. 15.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1934, August 16). All Stars and Bears Start on Drills For Game. La Crosse (WI) Tribune
And Leader-Press, pp. 8. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

United Press. (1933, September 2). Chicago Bears In Gridiron Workout. Sheboygan (WI) Press, pp. 10.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1932, September 1). Schuette. Manitowoc (WI) Herald-Times, pp. 7. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1931, September 9). Bears Start Grid Practice At Loyola. Chicago Tribune, pp. 20. Accessed
from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1930, September 18). Bears and Their New Coach Get 1st Test Sunday. Chicago Tribune, pp.
17. Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals Public Relations Department. (2009). Training Camp Georgetown College. 2009
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Wire Services. (1997, July 17). Denver, St. Louis leading buyers in free agent shopping. Toledo Blade.
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Associated Press. (1968, June 13). Pro Football. Lewiston (ME) Daily Sun. Accessed from Google News
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Bills
Buffalo Bills Public Relations Department. (2010). Buffalo Bills Training Camp History. BuffaloBills.com.
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SUNY Fredonia Public Relations Department. (2009, May 11). Interesting Facts about Fredonia.
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Burdick, Arnie. (1981, May 3). Auburn slates promotions to settle baseball picture. Syracuse Herald-
American, pp. 47. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1968, July 3). Bills Shift Camp To Niagara Falls. Wellsville (NY) Daily Reporter, pp. 7.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1967, July 15). Training Camp Of Buffalo Bills Ready To Start. Dunkirk (NY) Evening Observer,
pp. 13. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1966, July 17). Buffalo Bills Open Training Camp With Ten Veterans Still Unsigned. Hartford
Courant. Accessed from Google News Archive [Abstract].

Undefined. (1965, July 11). Pro Girdders Set To Train. The Baltimore Sun. Accessed from Google News
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Undefined. (1965, April 19). Tackle Dick Hudson Signs Bills’ Pact. Hartford Courant. Accessed from
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UPI. (1963, July 26). Gilchrist Joins Buffalo Squad. Huron (SD) Daily Plainsman, pp. 11. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1962, July 24). Bills’ Saban Works Out His 66-Man Crew. Dunkirk (NY) Evening Observer, pp. 12.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1961, March 5). Bills Slate Drills. Bridgeport (CT) Sunday Herald. Accessed from Google News
Archive.

Cuddy, Jack. (1960, July 14). Today’s Sport Parade. Hendersonville (NC) The Times-News. Accessed from
Google News Archive.

Bisons (AAFC)
Undefined. (1949, July 26). Squad of 58 “Bills” Gives Dawson Smiles. Olean (NY) Times Herald, pp. 13.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1949, July 19). Buffalo Bills Open Training. Olean (NY) Times Herald, pp. 10. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1948, July 27). Buffalo Bills Start Work. New York Times, pp. 22. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

United Press. (1948, April 19). East Aurora Will Be Training Site. Dunkirk (NY) Evening Observer, pp. 10.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

CP. (1947, June 19). Buffalo Pros To Train At Hamilton. Ottawa Citizen, pp. 22. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1946, July 10). Buffalo Bisons Shift Camp to Oconomowoc. Chicago Tribune, pp. 29.
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Broncos
Denver Broncos Public Relations Department. (2010). Broncos All-Time Training Camp Sites. 2010
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Saunders, Patrick. (2003, July 15). Broncos change practice policies. Denver Post. Accessed from Google
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Undefined. (1981, July 1). NFL camp openings. Wilmington (NC) Star-News. Accessed from Google News
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Undefined. (1980, July 22. Sports Of All Sorts. Beaver County (PA) Times. Accessed from Google News
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Wire Reports. (1979, July 31). Broncos Waive Hodge. Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal. Accessed from
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Associated Press. (1978, July 19). Broncos open grid drills. Spokesman (Spokane WA) Review. Accessed
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UPI. (1977, July 21). Broncos Improving, Miller Says. Florence (AL) Times Daily. Accessed from Google
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Undefined. (1976, July 6). Bubba Smith joins Broncos. Wilmington (NC) Star-News. Accessed from
Google News Archive.

UPI. (1971, August 3). Dickie Post Gets First Look At Flanker; Doesn’t Like It. Colorado Springs Gazette
Telegraph, pp. 15. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1970, August 7). Knee Injuries Sideline Vets. Palm Beach Post. Accessed from Google
News Archive.

Associated Press. (1969, August 15). Encouraging Signs at Broncos’ Camp. Milwaukee Journal. Accessed
from Google News Archive.

Associated Press. (1968, July 27). Broncs Drop Three. Schenectady (NY) Gazette. Accessed from Google
News Archive.

Associated Press. (1967, July 23). Bills Strike Ends; Browns’ Starting. Browns’ Starting. Hayward (CA)
Daily Review, pp. 26. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1966, July 16). Big Rookie Crop. Racine (WI) Journal Times, pp. 9. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1965, July 23). Gilchrist Headed for Canada? Long Beach (CA) Independent, pp. 43.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1964, July 14). Sharper Offense Is Chicago Goal. Lawrence (KS) Journal-World.
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UPI. (1963, August 3). Tripucka, Taylor On Dotted Line. Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner, pp. 4. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press (1962, July 5). AFL Expects Big Season In Football. Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner, pp.
20. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1961, July 21). AFL Prexy Visit To Training Camps. Aiken (SC) Standard and Review, pp. 12. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1960, June 24). Denver Broncos Sign Four More Gridders. Hartford Courant. Accessed from
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Browns
King, Steve. (2010, July 30). Looking Back at Camp History. ClevelandBrowns.com. Accessed from

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Cleveland Browns Public Relations Department. (2008). Cleveland Browns Training Camp History. 2008
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Undefined. (1992, March 12). Browns Will Move Camp To Berea. Akron Beacon Journal. Accessed from
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Jacob, Bob. (1982, April 13). Local economy hurt by Oberlin pass over. Elyria (OH) Chronicle Telegram,
pp. 15. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1975, February 15). Browns at Kent. Owosso (MI) Argus-Press. Accessed from Google
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Undefined. (1952, May 28). Browns At New Base. Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune. Accessed from Google
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Buccaneers
Stroud, Rick (2009, March 14). Tampa Bay Buccaneers will move training camp to One Buccaneer Place.
St. Petersburg Times Accessed from http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/article983698.ece

Associated Press. (2002, May 23). Bucs to train at Disney complex. Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune.
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Huang, Nathan. (1987, July 23). Smith Sidesteps Controversy, Happy To Be With Bucs. Sarasota (FL)
Herald-Tribune. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Steele, David (1986, July 22). A look at the 1986 Bucs // A fan's guide to camp. St. Petersburg Times.
Accessed from Google News Archive.

Zucco, Tom. (1985, July 19). Linebackers Randle, Melka Sign With Bucs. St. Petersburg Times. Accessed
from Google News Archive.

Undefined. (1984, July 7). Bucs Open Training Camp. Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune. Accessed from
Google News Archive.

Lasswell, Doug. (1983, July 15). Status Of Williams Has Bucs Unsettled As Drills Begin Today. Sarasota
(FL) Herald-Tribune. Accessed from Google News Archive.

McDonald, Tim. (1982, August 2). These Wide Receivers Are Really Tight. Massillon (OH) Evening
Independent. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Gurney, Jack. (1981, July 17). Green Missing As Bay Bucs Open Training Camp Today. Sarasota (FL)
Herald-Tribune. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Zier, Patrick. (1980, July 19). Buccaneer rookies report in today. Lakeland (FL) Ledger. Accessed from
Google News Archive.

Gurney, Jack. (1979, July 15). Bucs Report To Camp Today. Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune. Accessed from
Google News Archive.

Gurney, Jack. (1978, July 16). Bucs Check In Today, Open Camp On Monday. Sarasota (FL) Herald-
Tribune. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Gurney, Jack. (1977, July 30.) Dickinson May Be Surprise Buc Starter. Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune.
Accessed from Google News Archive.

Gurney, Jack. (1976, July 6). Bucs Get Their 'Foote' Into Ball Today. Sarasota(FL) Herald-Tribune.
Accessed from Google News Archive.

Bulldogs, New York
Undefined. (1949, July 31). Ponsalle Starts Pro Workouts. Bridgeport (CT) Sunday Herald, pp. 34.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Cardinals
Sommers, Kent. (2010, June 17). Arizona Cardinals extend deal with NAU for training camp. The Arizona
Republic. Retrieved from http://www.azcentral.com/sports/cardinals/articles/2010/06/17/20100617cardinals-nau-camp-extension.html
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Accessed from http://www.coldwaterschools.org/HIST.HTM

Embry-Riddle Communications and Marketing Office. (2005, July 29). Embry-Riddle to Host Arizona
Cardinals 2005 Training Camp [Press Release]. Accessed from http://www.erau.edu/er/newsmedia/newsreleases/2005/cardinals.html

Christl, Cliff. (2000, July 29). Years ago, Wisconsin was truly the ‘Big Cheese’. Journal Sentinel Online
Retrieved from http://www3.jsonline.com/packer/news/jul00/cheese30072900.asp

Associated Press. (1987, July 21). Big Red sign fifth-round choice. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp 19. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1986, July 11). Big Red open training camp. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 28. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Hayes, Pete. (1985, August 3). Doing the Charleston. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 21. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1984, July 23). Big Red say Morris retiring. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 22. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Staff&Wire Reports. (1983, July 12). Big Red say four players flunk exams. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 13.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1982, July 22). Cards’ linebacker gets ‘leave’ time. Hutchinson (KS) News, pp. 73. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1981, August 5). Eagles to use shotgun. Hutchinson (KS) News, pp. 21. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1980, July 17). Hanifan opens his first Cardinals camp. Roswell (NM) Daily Record, pp. 18. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1979, July 12). Football Cardinals open training camp Saturday. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp.
20. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1978, July 17). Tilley early for Big Red training. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 17. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1977, July 15). Big Red begin camp Saturday. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 16. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1976, August 6). Dawson returns to home state. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 15. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1975, July 19). Big Red being training camp. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 22. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1974, July 12). Big Red sign seven players. Mt. Vernon (IL) Register News, pp. 11. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1973, July 11). Largest group ever for Big Red camp. Alton (IL) Telegraph, pp. 31.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1951, April 12). Chicago Cardinals to Train at Lake Forest. Madison (WI) Capital Times,
pp. 33. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1942, July 16). Conzelman’s Cardinals To Train at Waukesha. Madison (WI) Capital
Times, pp. 20. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1941, July 27). Eagles Slate Early Grid Drills. Arizona Independent Republic, pp. 149.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press (1940, July 11). Chicago Cardinals Sign Marty Christensen. Racine(WI) Journal Times,
pp. 20. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press (1939, March 4). Chicago Cards to Train at Duluth. Ironwood (MI) Daily Globe, pp. 23.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1938, August 8). Cardinals Will Train At Morgan Park Academy. Chicago Tribune, pp. 19.
Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1937, August 19). Cardinals Expect to Scrimmage This Week-End. Chicago Tribune, pp. 20.
Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Wire Reports (1936, August 26). Chi Cardinals Rounding Into Shape At M.C. Valparaiso (In.) The Vidette-
Messenger, pp. 6. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined (1936, August 16). Bears To Leave Tomorrow For Training Camp. Chicago Tribune, pp. A-6.
Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined (1935, August 20). Cardinals Open Drills with Three Hour Workout. Chicago Tribune, pp. 23.
Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

United Press (1935, August 19). Start Grid Drill. Sheboygan (WI) Press, pp. 8. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports (1934, August 29). Cardinals To Meet Friday. Portsmouth (OH) Times, pp. 10. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports (1933, August 20). Grange Yields to Gridiron Lure. Portsmouth (OH) Times, pp. 16.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined (1932, August 29). Grid Practice to Start Today for Cardinals. Chicago Tribune, pp. 17.
Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined (1931, August 31). Cardinal Pro Eleven To Use Wrigley Field. Chicago Tribune, pp. 21.
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Undefined. (1930, September 18). Cards Taper Off Practice For Packers. Sheboygan (WI) Press, pp. 13.
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Undefined (1929, September 15). Tilden Beats Hunter for 7th U.S. Net Title. Chicago Tribune, pp. A-1.
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Card-Pitt
Associated Press. (1944, July 23). Cardinal-Steeler Squad To Open Training Aug. 14. New York Times, pp.
S4. Accessed from ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Chargers
San Diego Chargers Public Relations Department. (2008). Training Camp At Chargers Park. 2008 San
Diego Chargers Media Guide, pp. 234. Accessed from http://www.chargers.com/team/media-guide.html

Acee, Kevin. (2005, July 26). Chargers Training Camp. San Diego Union-Tribune. Accessed from Google
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Associated Press. (1976, July 4). Washington signs with San Diego. Tuscaloosa (AL) News. Accessed from

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Associated Press. (1975, July 13). Chargers Cut Five. Pasadena (CA) Star-News, pp. 36. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

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Associated Press. (1973, June 5). Top sprinter for Chargers. Bangor (ME) Daily News. Accessed from
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Undefined. (1972, July 7). Charger Camp Opens at UCI on Wednesday. Los Angeles Times. Accessed from
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Florence, Mal. (1971, July 23). Rams’ Cash Suffers Broken Leg on First Play of Scrimmage. Los Angeles
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Oates, Bob. (1970, July 14). 14 NFL Clubs in Camp; Strike Talks Resume. Los Angeles Times. Accessed
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UPI. (1969, May 27). Chargers Move Training Camp. El Paso (TX) Herald-Post, pp. 20. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1963, April 4). Chargers Get New Summer Football Training Ground. Schenectady
(NY) Gazette, pp. 22. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

UPI. (1962, March 23). Chargers to train again in San Diego. Redlands (CA) Daily Facts, pp. 10. Accessed
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Undefined. (1960, July 10). Sports. Los Angeles Times. Accessed from Google News Archive [Abstract].

Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs Public Relations Department. (2010). Training Camp Sites. 2010 Kansas City Chiefs
Media Guide, pp. 45. Accessed from http://prod.static.chiefs.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/2010-media-guide/2010_Chiefs_Media_Guide.pdf

Lopez, Ricardo. (2010, July 10). River Falls smarting over loss of Kansas City Chiefs’ training camp. St.
Paul Pioneer. Accessed from http://msn.foxsports.com/collegefootball/story/River-Falls-smarting-over-loss-of-Kansas-City-Chiefs-training-camp-19472750

Associated Press. (1991, July 12). Chiefs begin a new season, new camp, new expectations. The Nevada
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Associated Press. (1963, July 9). 23 Rookies to Start Practice Next Week At Chiefs Grid Camp. Lawrence
(KS) Journal-World. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Associated Press. (1962, July 17). Johnny Robinson Now on Defense. Victoria (TX) Advocate. Accessed
from Google News Archive.

UPI. (1961, July 16). Texans To Open Training Camp. Brownsville (TX) Herald, pp. 16. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1960, July 4). Texans Begin Drills Friday. Abilene (TX) Reporter-News, pp. 29. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Colts
Hammel, Craig. (2010, July 30). Training Camp Primer. Colts.com. Accessed from

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Klingaman, Mike. (2009, July 27). Fans (and Their Money) Welcome. The Baltimore Sun. Accessed from

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Wire Reports. (1974, July 15). Colts list practice. Hagerstown (MD) Morning Herald, pp. 23. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

Gross, Joe. (1973, July 18). Latest trade affects many. Annapolis (MD) The Capital, pp. 36. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1972, March 27). Colts Face Skins In Tampa Opener. Frederick (MD) News-Post, pp.
25. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1972, January 7). Colts to Train, Play Three Games In Tampa. Sarasota (FL) Herald-
Tribune. Accessed from Google News Archive.

Associated Press. (1953, August 1). Baltimore Colts Scrimmage Today. Salisbury (MD) Times, pp. 11.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Colts, Baltimore (AAFC)
Associated Press. (1947, June 12). To Train At Hershey. Frederick (MD) News, pp 4. Accessed from
Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1948, July 19). Baltimore Colts Leaving For Camp. Hagerstown (MD) Morning Herald,
pp. 7. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Associated Press. (1949, July 19). Baltimore Colts Open Grid Practice Today. Hagerstown (MD) Morning
Herald, pp. 11. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Colts, Baltimore
Associated Press. (1950, July 18). Pro Football Training Opens. Eugene (OR) Register-Guard, pp. 6.
Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Cowboys
Phillips, Rob. (2010, May 14). Camp Split Between San Antonio, Oxnard. DallasCowboys.com. Accessed
from http://www.dallascowboys.com/news/news.cfm?id=9831BB9A-E60C-5FD1-69599A3A5CFAC129

Eatman, Nick. (2009, January 5). Training Camp Expected Back In San Antonio. DallasCowboys.com.
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Cordon, Matt. (2008, July 26). History of Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Sites, 2008 Update.
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Hawkins, Stephen. (2004, January 24). High expectations. The Victoria (TX) Advocate. Accessed from
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Fallstrom, R.B. (2001, July 25). Reaching for the top. Tuscaloosa (AL) News. Accessed from Google News
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Associated Press. (1998, February 17). Wichita Falls gets Cowboys. Amarillo(TX) Globe-News. Accessed
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Associated Press. (1990, May 2). Cowboys To Sign 1-Year Deal With St. Ed’s. Victoria (TX) Advocate).
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Associated Press. (1962, July 9). Cowboys First To Open Grid Training Camp. Ellensburg (WA) Daily
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Johnson, Chuck. (1960, September 4). Hardest Job in Football? Coaching Dallas. Milwaukee Journal.
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Associated Press. (1960, August 1). Heinrich Sparkles. Kennewick (WA) Tri City Herald. Accessed from
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Dodgers, Brooklyn
McMillan, John. (1930, September 24). Huge Crowd To See Spartans-Dodgers Play. Portsmouth (OH)
Times, pp. 9. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1931, September 11). Brooklyn Team To Stop At Washington. Portsmouth (OH) Times, pp.
19. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Wire Reports. (1932, September 17). “Pro” Gridders Spending Cash For Condition. Circleville (OH)
Herald, pp. 2. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Undefined. (1933, September 19). Friedman Joins Dodgers. New York Times, pp. 29. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1934, September 5). Dodgers Start Football. New York Times, pp. 27. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1935, August 30). Football Dodgers To Train. New York Times, pp. 21. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1936, August 27). Football Dodgers To Report. New York Times, pp. 27. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1937, August 17). Football Giants In First Work. New York Times, pp. 14. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1938, August 27). Pro Dodgers Start Today. New York Times, pp. 9. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1939, August 22). Dodgers’ Eleven Drills. New York Times, pp. 26. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1940, July 23). Sutherland Picks Camp. New York Times, pp. 27. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1941, August 17). De Filippo Joins All-Star Eleven. New York Times, pp. S6. Accessed from
ProQuest Historical Newspapers Database.

Undefined. (1942, August 10). Football Dodgers Start. New York Times, pp. 23. Accessed from
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Associated Press. (1943, August 16). Pro-Gridders To Train During Week. St. Petersburg Times. Accessed
from Google News Archive.

Undefined. (1944, August 9). All-Stars Get Six New Players, Four Backs, Wingman and Center. Abilene
(TX) Reporter-News, pp. 17. Accessed from Newspaper Archive.com.

Dodgers, Brooklyn (AAFC)
Undefined. (1946, August 12). Dodgers’ Coach Lauds Hospitality. The (Bend, OR) Bulletin, pp. 1. Accessed
from Newspaper Archive.com.

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Rockets (AAFC)
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Seahawks, Miami (AAFC)
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Texans, Dallas
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Yankees, New York (AAFC)
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Yanks, Boston
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