The Dolphins will open training camp on July 25 with the first practice beginning that morning at 8.
Miami announced Wednesday that 12 practices will be open to the public with two more only to those who are part of the team's special membership club.
The Dolphins also will host their first intrasquad scrimmage of training camp on Aug. 2 at Sun Life Stadium.
Although practices are free, fans who want to go need to get tickets via the team’s website at dolphins.com/trainingcamp.
According to the Dolphins, all open camp workouts will begin in the practice bubble — which is closed from public viewing — with the team coming out 30 minutes later onto the two outdoor fields at Nova Southeastern University.
The final open practice of camp comes on Aug. 14 and training camp breaks after Miami visits the Buccaneers on Aug. 16.
The Dolphins will also enforce the NFL's bag policy at all practices, meaning fans may bring in only clear bags that do not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches. For more information on what is and is not allowed, visit NFL.com/allclear.