Vikings' full-team practices kick off Friday

Updated: July 26, 2019 06:15 AM

Friday, the Minnesota Vikings take to the field for their first full-team practice ahead of the official season.

The rookies wrapped up their camp on Thursday and on Friday, all 90 players will take to the field.


According to officials at the Eagan facility, 5,000 fans will be allowed into the training camp this year.

New this year, only visitors 18 years and younger will be able to obtain an autograph from an athlete.

Similar to last year, digital parking passes can be purchased when visitors reserve a free ticket online. That cost is $10 per pass. Those who do not reserve a parking pass in advance will have to pay $20 upon arrival.

In terms of this year's team, quarterback Kirk Cousins didn't have to report to Vikings training camp until Thursday with the other team veterans, but he was there every day this week with the rookies.

A couple of those rookies will have big roles on the team this year, especially center Garrett Bradbury.

"He's very mature," Cousins said about Bradbury. "I just talked to him in the locker room. I'm not talking to someone right out of college. I feel like I am talking to someone who is about my age and I think that makes it a lot easier to be on the same page and work together."

Full team practices will take place until August 16 and fans are welcome to attend. Find more information on this year's training camp here.

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