Wednesday’s Patriots-Eagles Practice Closed To Public
BOSTON (CBS) — Due to weather concerns, the Patriots-Eagles joint practice on Wednesday will be closed to the public.
The Pats and Eagles, who held their first of two joint practice sessions on Tuesday in front of over 25,000 fans, will now practice at 9 am Wednesday morning. The practice was originally scheduled to be an afternoon session.
As of right now, the two teams will practice outdoors in what could be some very interesting (and wet) weather.
Training camp was supposed to conclude on Wednesday, but since the session is now closed to the public, the Patriots have announced that they will extend camp by one day and hold an additional session open to the public on Monday, August 18. The time of the practice has yet to be determined and will be announced once it is confirmed.
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