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Rams announce plans to host training camp at team facility

The St. Louis Rams will join a growing list of teams set to host training camp at home this summer, the team announced Monday.

For the second year in a row, the Rams will stage camp at their Russell Training Center in St. Louis, with dates and times to be announced. The team trained in Mequon, Wis., before the 2009 season.

St. Louis joins three other teams choosing to stick close to home in an offseason disrupted by the NFL lockout, now in its fifth month.

The New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets moved out-of-town camps to their team facilities.

The Giants informed the University at Albany on July 8 that they would not be returning this year because of the uncertainty surrounding the league's labor problems. 

In June, the Ravens canceled their camp at Winchester, Md., and the Jets called off their training camp at SUNY-Cortland in central New York.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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