Thursday, November 26, 2015

Eagles timeline for this week

From what we can gather thus far, this is the timeline for Eagles activity this week, following the announcement that the NFL lockout is over:

Eagles timeline for this week


From what we can gather thus far, this is the timeline for Eagles activity this week, following the announcement that the NFL lockout is over:

Monday: The NFL will announce that teams can go to 90-man rosters and the official free-agent list will be distributed to teams at 6 p.m.

The NovaCare Complex will open "for training, conditioning" and "classroom" work.
- Trading period begins at 10 a.m. So long, Kevin Kolb.
- Can start signing undrafted free agents and their own draft picks at 10 a.m.
- Can begin negotiating with any free agents -- their own and those who were with other teams.

Wednesday: Training camp begins at Lehigh University.

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Signing a defensive lineman
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Thursday: Waiver period begins and the Eagles can begin terminating contracts at 4:01 p.m.

Friday: Full free agency begins -- the Eagles can begin signing their own free agents and those who played with other teams at 6 p.m. The frenzy begins.

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