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Falcons set to begin practice on Thursday

By staff
FLOWERY BRANCH -- The Atlanta Falcons will hold the 2012 Russell Atlanta Falcons Training Camp at the team's Flowery Branch headquarters for the eighth consecutive year. Atlanta's 47th training camp will have select practices open to the public from July 26 through Aug. 19.

The Falcons will conduct 33 sessions, including walkthroughs and practices, at their training facility. For the third time in as many years, the Falcons will conduct combined practices during training camp. Atlanta will practice with the Tennessee Titans in Dalton at Coahulla Creek High School on Monday, Aug. 6. The Falcons hosted combined practices with the Jaguars and the New England Patriots in Flowery Branch in 2010 and traveled to Jacksonville in 2011.

Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29 are designated Falcons Youth Weekend, during which children ages 17 and under will have the opportunity to obtain Atlanta Falcons cheerleader autographs, "look like a pro," and enter a contest to win prizes. On Friday, Aug. 3, the Falcons are pleased to present Kia Motors "Friday Night Lights", which will be held at Peachtree Ridge High School.

Below are the details of the 2012 Russell Atlanta Falcons Training Camp practice schedule. Dates and times are subject to change. For additional information regarding changes in practice times or weather delays please call 770-965-2752 or visit the Falcons official website at www.atlantafalcons.com.

ATLANTA FALCONS' 2012 PRESEASON PRACTICE SCHEDULE
(Includes date and practice session times)

-- Thursday, July 26
Walkthrough 10:40
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