The players, like the pictured Kyle Williams, have been arriving the past few days, and have said one of the benefits of training camp is just being able to focus on football and the upcoming season.
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Offensive lineman Andy Levitre says the team is going into this training camp feeling quite upbeat.
"In the locker room, you feel a lot more confidence than you've felt in past years. And I'm feeling pretty good with the guys we have in the locker room this year, and I'm curious to see how it's going to change even more so once we start training camp," Levitre says.
The team holds its first practice this afternoon from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and the camp will include four night practices from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m., including this Sunday and next Wednesday.
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