Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs Set to Host Browns at Training Camp

The Buccaneers will have joint practices with the Browns this week before wrapping up training camp.

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At last, the final week of training camp is here. On Wednesday, after a month of working, the Buccaneers' 90-man roster will wrap up their 2016 training camp. But before they do so, the Bucs will host the Cleveland Browns for two joint practices at One Buccaneer Place in Tampa. It will be the second team that the Bucs will have practiced with in as many weeks after traveling to Jacksonville to work with the Jags last week.

Pictures of Jameis Winston during joint practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Bucs have a closed practice in shells on Monday before taking the field against the Browns on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday's practice will be open to season pass members while Wednesday's will be open to the general public. Both practices are set to begin at 9:45 a.m. Following their conclusion, The Bucs will break camp.

At the end of the week, the Buccaneers and Browns will meet in Week 3 of the preseason at Raymond James Stadium. The game is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on Friday and will be the first time fans are welcome to watch a Bucs game on Raymond James Stadium's all-new video boards.

In years past, the Buccaneers hadn't participated in joint training camp practices; the last time that Tampa Bay practiced with another team during camp was 2013. For more information about training camp, click HERE.

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