Access to the set of HBO’s blockbuster documentary series Hard Knocks will be granted to the public in a month.

Put another way, the Browns will open training camp to fans July 26 at their headquarters in Berea while film crews prepare to give the aspiring rise-from-the-abyss franchise its close-up.

The team announced Tuesday it’s scheduled to allow Browns faithful to attend 15 of its camp practices this summer. There is no cost for entry.

Rookies and veterans are set to report to camp July 25. The next day, the team will hold the first practice of camp as it attempts to recover from last season’s 0-16 blues.

The final session open to the public is set for Aug. 15, though Hard Knocks will provide fans with a behind-the-scenes peek at the Browns throughout August. Five hourlong episodes will air from 10-11 p.m. on consecutive Tuesdays beginning Aug. 7. The finale will air Sept. 4, five days before the Browns open the regular season at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For fans who want to attend camp practices, the Browns will grant admittance on a walk-up basis as space permits, but they strongly recommend registering for tickets ahead of time via www.ClevelandBrowns.com or the Browns Mobile App.

Season ticket-holders will be able to begin registering for open practices on Wednesday. Registration for everyone else will start at 10 a.m. Friday. Fans can register for as many as three practices with a maximum of four guests per session. Those who want to attend more than three practices or book larger groups can contact the Browns’ ticket office at 440-824-3434.

The Browns, in a news release, announced they have added more seating to accommodate fans this year at practices. The club also said it won’t hold an Orange & Brown Scrimmage at FirstEnergy Stadium this year because of other events occupying the venue.

The Browns encourage fans to visit their website or mobile app for updates before each practice. Times are subject to change, and practices moved into the team’s field house because of weather will be closed to the public because the indoor facility cannot accommodate large groups of fans.

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