Miami Dolphins fans can get their first glimpse of Mike McDaniel’s team at training camp this summer.
On Thursday, the team revealed eight dates for open practices at Miami Gardens, Florida. They’ll hold their first open camp on Saturday July 30.
Admission is free, but fans must fill out a form on the team site to claim tickets.
The Dolphins will conduct five open practices from August 2-7 before beginning their preseason against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on August 13. The two teams will reportedly hold a joint practice at Raymond James Stadium before the game.
After hosting the Las Vegas Raiders, the Dolphins will welcome fans to two more open practices at Baptist Health Training Complex on August 24 and 25. They’ll conclude their preseason that Saturday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Dolphins have made one postseason appearance in the last 13 years and haven’t won a playoff game since 2000. They’ll look to snap those droughts after adding wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tackle Terron Armstead to the offense.
Starting next month, Miami fans can get an up-close preview at how those acquisitions help quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.