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What to expect from coverage today

Sunday marks the fourth day of open-to-the-public Patriots training camp practices, and here is what can be expected in this space:

I'll be joined by Mike Rodak and we plan to fill the blog with sights and sounds. We will post observations after practice, highlighting some of the different things that catch our eye. The morning session will be a shorter walkthrough at a slower pace, followed by a longer, faster-paced practice in the afternoon.

Here is the schedule:

9:30 a.m. -- Director of Player Personnel Nick Caserio media availability

10-11 a.m. -- Practice

11 a.m. -- Various player interviews

2:30-5 p.m. -- Practice

I will be active on Twitter (@MikeReiss), although not during each practice. The Patriots ask reporters for their cooperation in the following areas:

1. Not reporting on offensive or defensive strategy, which includes formations, personnel groups or non-conventional plays.

2. No quoting players or coaches during a practice.

3. Not reporting on practice until the session is over.

At the end of the day, we'll have a wrap-up of all the highlights in a video package.