NFL: Training Camps on the Cheap

Even the NFL is looking to save a few bucks as many franchises are choosing to have training camp closer to home

1. Lanyards, S'Mores, and Kumbaya: NFL Training Camps OpenThis summer, like most people we know, the majority of National Football League franchises are going the route of the "staycation," choosing to stick a lot closer to home in order to conserve money in an iffy economy. In many of the NFL teams' cases, as training camps around the country open to veterans and rookies alike, they're camping in their own backyards.

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