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By Justin McGonigle

With the NFL cancelling the Hall of Fame game and ceremony Thursday morning, they were able to officially set dates for training camp.

Reports from NFL executive VP Jeff Pash show that teams have been told that the start date will be July 28 for all teams, keeping them “on a normal schedule”.

Had the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys been able to play in the originally scheduled August 5th game, they would’ve been reporting a week earlier than the rest of the league.

The Steelers will host training camp at Heinz Field for the first time ever, leaving St. Vincent College for the first time since 1966. The league mandated that every team have training camp at their home stadiums in an effort to combat COVID-19.

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