NFL training camps are right around the corner.
And the Miami Dolphins will get an early start compared to the rest of the league.
The NFL on Thursday released the training camp report dates for all 32 of the league's teams. Miami's rookies will start on July 18. Veterans make their way to the team's practice facility in Davie a week later on July 25.
Only two teams have players reporting to camp before the Dolphins. The Baltimore Ravens' rookies begin camp on July 11, with veterans beginning their regiment on July 18. The Chicago Bears have rookies starting on July 16 and veterans on July 19.
Two more teams — the New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars — open camp on the same day as the Dolphins.
The Dolphins, who were 6-10 last season in coach Adam Gase's second season at the helm, will get a jump on their AFC East rivals. The New England Patriots begin reporting July 22, the New York Jets on July 24 and the Buffalo Bills on July 25.
The Dolphins open the preseason on Aug. 9 against Tampa Bay, whose rookies won’t report until July 23 and veterans until July 25.
Miami's regular season opener is set for Sept. 9 against the Tennessee Titans. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. from Hard Rock Stadium.