On Saturday, July 30, NFL teams will hold a practice with club-led fan events for the second consecutive year for Back Together Saturday Presented by Wilson – a continuing major tentpole NFL event.

Starting at 9 a.m. ET, NFL Network will provide 13 hours of live Training Camp: Back Together Saturday coverage as teams across the league hit the field.

Provided below is a team-by-team breakdown of NFL Network's Training Camp: Back Together Saturday on-location coverage:

  • Arizona Cardinals – Taylor Bisciotti and Bucky Brooks
  • Atlanta Falcons – Steve Wyche
  • Baltimore Ravens – Patrick Claybon, Scott Pioli and Garrett Downing
  • Buffalo Bills – Mike Garafolo, Michael Robinson and Maddy Glab
  • Carolina Panthers – Bridget Condon, Steve Smith Sr. and Thomas Davis
  • Chicago Bears – Kimmi Chex and Kyle Brandt
  • Cincinnati Bengals – Tom Pelissero, Ian Rapoport, Adam Rank and Dan Hoard
  • Cleveland Browns – Omar Ruiz
  • Dallas Cowboys – Chris Rose, LaDainian Tomlinson and Jane Slater
  • Denver Broncos – Colleen Wolfe, Brian Baldinger and James Palmer
  • Detroit Lions – Dannie Rogers
  • Green Bay Packers – Stacey Dales and Steve Mariucci
  • Houston Texans – Deepi Sidhu
  • Indianapolis Colts – Rhett Lewis, DeAngelo Hall, Ian Rapoport and Larra Overton
  • Jacksonville Jaguars – Sara Walsh and Ashlyn Sullivan
  • Kansas City Chiefs – Jeffri Chadiha
  • Las Vegas Raiders – MJ Acosta-Ruiz, David Carr and Eddie Paskal
  • Los Angeles Chargers – Matt "Money" Smith and Daniel Jeremiah
  • Los Angeles Rams – Andrew Siciliano and Maurice Jones-Drew
  • Miami Dolphins – Cameron Wolfe
  • Minnesota Vikings – Gabe Henderson
  • New England Patriots – Mike Giardi
  • New Orleans Saints – Kayla Burton
  • New York Giants – Shaun O'Hara and Madelyn Burke
  • New York Jets – Judy Battista
  • Philadelphia Eagles – Marc Ross
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – Craig Wolfley
  • San Francisco 49ers – Mike Yam
  • Seattle Seahawks – Cynthia Frelund and Jen Mueller
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Scott Hanson & Willie McGinest
  • Tennessee Titans – Amie Wells
  • Washington Commanders – Julie Donaldson

For Training Camp: Back Together Saturday, ESPN provides five hours of television coverage. The day begins with a three-hour live edition of NFL Live at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN before a second, two-hour edition airs at 1 p.m. ET on ABC. Host Laura Rutledge anchors the coverage for both editions, with analysts in-studio. ESPN reporters stationed at training camps across the league will join the shows.

NFL teams will celebrate Back Together Saturday with club-led fan events and activations, such as player appearances, meet-and-greets, live entertainment, giveaways and much more. Whether fan fests feature youth flag football, celebrate military members and their families, or spotlight the league's international footprint, event programming will vary by club. Fans can check team websites and social media handles for more information.

Sponsoring Back Together Saturday for the first time, Wilson – the official ball of the NFL – is partnering with the league to enhance the fan experience and provide exciting on-site opportunities for event attendees. Wilson will provide each team with a custom metallic 'Duke' football to award a lucky fan, and in their hometown of Chicago they will bring their Airstream Pop-Up Shop so Bears fans can personalize leather game balls and buy team gear.

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