In 2019, the league is honoring its 13 "original towns," including Dayton, the home of the first game between two teams in the league that would become the NFL.
“There have always been great Bengals fans in the Dayton area,” Bengals executive vice president Katie Blackburn said in a statement. “The Bengals are excited to get back to Dayton for a special practice opening the Zac Taylor era, kicking off the 2019 season and recognizing the history of the NFL and the first game played in Dayton at Triangle Park.”
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Admission to the practice will be free with goes to open at 1:30 p.m., roughly 30 minutes before players and coaches will start taking the field.
Practice will begin at 2:30 and last about an hour, at which time there will be an autograph session.
Parking is available around the stadium for $5, and the concession stands will be open, with Bengals merchandise and tickets also available for purchase.
On October 3, 1920, the Dayton Triangles beat the Columbus Panhandles 14-0 in the first game of the American Professional Football Association which later became the NFL.
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The Bengals have practiced in the Dayton area multiple times previously, most recently in 2016 when they held a training camp practice in West Carrollton.