The Carolina Panthers announced they will hold two days of joint practices with the Tennessee Titans in Nashville on Aug. 16-17.
The padded practices, at Saint Thomas Sports Park, are open to the public.
The Panthers face the Titans in an exhibition game on Aug. 19 in Nashville.
The Panthers haven’t had joint practices since they hosted the Miami Dolphins in Spartanburg before the 2015 season. During those practices, wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin went down with a torn ACL, which he suffered on a play that didn’t have any contact.
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