Dolphins Have Training Camp Reporting Dates

The Miami Dolphins share the most common reporting date for veterans
Tua Tagovailoa during training camp at Baptist Health Training Complex last summer.
Tua Tagovailoa during training camp at Baptist Health Training Complex last summer. / JEFF ROMANCE/THE PALM BEACH POST / USA
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The Miami Dolphins now have their training camp reporting dates.

The NFL announced Tuesday the reporting dates for rookies and veterans for all 32 teams, and the Dolphins dates will be July 16 (rookies) and July 23 (veterans).

The Dolphins' full training camp schedule will be announced soon, but we can tell you the team had 10 practices open to the public last summer.

We already know the Dolphins will be conducting four joint practices this summer — with/against the Atlanta Falcons on Aug. 6-7 at the Baptist Health Training Complex in Miami Gardens, with/against the Washington Commanders on Aug. 15 in Miami, and with/against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Aug. 21 in Tampa.

For those wondering why two joint practices against Atlanta but only one against Washington and Tampa Bay, that's a result of the Collective Bargaining Agreement limiting each team to a total of four joint practices every summer.

The Dolphins' preseason schedule begins Aug. 9 against Atlanta at Hard Rock Stadium, followed by an Aug. 17 against Washington also at Hard Rock Stadium, and the preseason finale against the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on Friday, Aug. 23.

The roster moves down to the 53-player limit will take place Tuesday, Aug. 27.

The Dolphins open the 2024 regular season against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 8.

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Alain Poupart


Alain Poupart is the publisher/editor of All Dolphins and co-host of the All Dolphins Podcast. Alain has covered the Miami Dolphins on a full-time basis since 1989 for various publications and media outlets, including Dolphin Digest, The Associated Press, the Dolphins team website, and the Fan Nation Network (part of Sports Illustrated). In addition to being a credentialed member of the Miami Dolphins press corps, Alain has covered three Super Bowls (for, Football News and the Montreal Gazette), the annual NFL draft, the Senior Bowl, and the NFL Scouting Combine. During his almost 40 years in journalism, which began at the now-defunct Miami News, Alain has covered practically every sport at one time or another, from tennis to golf, baseball, basketball and everything in between. The career also included time as a copy editor, including work on several books such as "Still Perfect," an inside look at the Miami Dolphins' 1972 perfect season. A native of Montreal, Canada, whose first language is French, Alain grew up a huge hockey fan but soon developed a love for all sports, including NFL football. He has lived in South Florida since the 1980s.