Bob Wojnowski, John Niyo and Justin Rogers break down the Lions' offense after minicamps. The Detroit News


The Detroit Lions have announced a dozen training camp practices will be open to fans, including all three joint sessions with the New York Giants. Three of the 12 will be exclusively available to season-ticket holders. 

The open practices begin with two season-ticket holder dates, Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28. The next six are open to the general public:

Sunday, July 29

Monday, July 30

Wednesday, Aug. 1

Thursday, Aug. 2

Friday, Aug. 3

Saturday, Aug. 4

Monday, Aug. 6

All eight of those practices will be held at 9:30 a.m., with gates opening at 8:30 a.m. 

The Lions will then head out on the road for joint practices with the Raiders on Aug. 7-8, prior to the teams' preseason opener on August 10. 

The Lions return home for joint practices with the New York Giants, Aug. 14-16. All three will be open to the public, with the first just for season-ticket holders. Those practices are tentatively scheduled to begin a half-hour earlier, at 9 a.m., with gates opening at 8 a.m.

Only outdoor practices will be open. In the case of inclement weather, practice will be moved inside the team's practice facility and closed to the public. 

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