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2010 AFC Teams Training Camp Schedules – Report Dates

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Fantasy Football Draft Guide – Are you in the market for fantasy football draft info? Looking for AFC Conference Teams Training Camp Dates for your 2010 fantasy draft? Our preseason NFL fantasy football draft guide continues with all the 2010 NFL training camp schedules this week.

The complete schedule of reporting dates and locations for every AFC team training camp. These dates are not final and could change.

Pre-season is nearly upon us, so for the next few weeks we encourage you to be checking out our fantasy football draft guide for all your rankings and analysis for the upcoming league drafts that your going to be participating in.

The long NFL offseason is just about over as teams are preparing to open their summer training camps in a couple of weeks.

Here is a rundown of locations and dates for all the teams in the AFC.

Team                                     Location                                                      Reporting Date(s)

Baltimore Ravens                       Westminster, MD.                            July 26th (rookies) July 28th (veterans)

The Ravens appear to be the class of the AFC North heading into the 2010 season. With a strong draft on the defensive side of the ball, look for this unit to be back on top as one of the best in the league this year.

Buffalo Bills              Pittsford, N.Y.                                      July 29th (rookies & veterans)

The Bills are still trying to find their way and with no real improvement in a number of key areas this offseason, seem destined to spend another season in the AFC East cellar.

Cincinnati Bengals                      Georgetown, KY.                                 July 28th (rookies & veterans)

2010 is a pivotal year for the Marvin Lewis regime in Cincinnati. A step backwards from last season’s 10-6 record will most likely cost him his job.

Cleveland Browns                        Berea, OH.                                          July 23rd (rookies) July 30th (veterans)

With team president Mike Holmgren at the helm this team is headed in the right direction. They may not compete for the division this season but they will win more than five games.

Denver Broncos                           Englewood, CO.                                 July 26th (rookies) July 31st (veterans)

With a year under his belt, head coach Josh McDaniels is going to have to figure out how to get his team to play a full 16 games. It will be interesting to see if QB Tim Tebow will be part of the mix to get this done.

Houston Texans                           Houston, TX.                                         July 30th (rookies & veterans)

Last year the Texans finally turned in their first winning season in franchise history. The big question for 2010 is can they take the next step and become a playoff team.

Indianapolis Colts                      Anderson, IN.                                         Aug 1st (rookies & veterans)

The Colts are still locked and loaded for another deep run in the playoffs. The only thing that could derail them at this point is the current unrest with Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis due to contract issues.

Jacksonville Jaguars                    Jacksonville, FL                                   July 29th (rookies & veterans)

Veteran head coach Jack Del Rio is going to have to work miracles with an aging team that has lost more talent than they have gained. He has to hope that their questionable draft pays off with some early dividends.

Kansas City Chiefs                         St. Joseph, MO.                                    July 29th (rookies & veterans)

New defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel was brought in to improve a unit that was ranked near the bottom of the league in almost every major category. Drafting S Eric Berry in the first round is certainly a step in the right direction.

Miami Dolphins                             Davie, FL                                                 July 30th (rookies & veterans)

With the Patriots and the Jets ahead of them, Miami is going to need a lot of things to go right to have a chance to compete in the AFC East. The expectations on QB Chad Henne are building by the moment.

New England Patriots                   Foxboro, MA.                                   July 25th (rookies) & July 28th (veterans)

QB Tom Brady is almost two years removed from knee surgery and should be back to form this season. The question for this team will be whether or not they can remember how to win on the road.

New York Jets                                 Cortland, N.Y.                                    July 29th (rookies) Aug 1st (veterans)

Head coach Rex Ryan as set the bar as high as it goes for this team as it is Super Bowl or bust. It remains to be seen whether or not all their offseason acquisitions will put them over the top.

Oakland Raiders                             Napa Valley, CA.                                  July 28th (rookies & veterans)

After making some solid personnel decisions this offseason for the first time in a number of years, the Raiders may have finally turned the corner to getting back to being a winning franchise.

Pittsburgh Steelers                         Latrobe, PA.                                           July 30th (rookies & veterans)

This team may quickly discover they are better off with Roethlisburger on the sidelines. His return in week five or seven could actually end up tearing them apart if it is not handled properly by everyone involved.

San Diego Chargers                         San Diego, CA.                                       July 25th (rookies) July 30th (veterans)

If WR Vincent Jackson and OT Marcus McNeill decide to not report to camp because of a contract dispute it would put a serious crimp in the Chargers high powered offensive attack.

Tennessee Titans                             Nashville, TN.                                         July 31st (rookies & veterans)

A big question for the Titans will be the ability of QB Vince Young to get this team off to a solid start this season. The fact that their best player; RB Chris Johnson is not happy with his current contract does not help the situation.

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