Monday, July 14, 2014
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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.

Tuesday:
-
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.

Most important move for the Eagles, now that the lockout is over:
Trading Kevin Kolb
 
  449 (32.3%)
Signing a defensive lineman
 
  182 (13.1%)
Signing or trading for a cornerback
 
  757 (54.5%)
Total votes = 1388

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.

Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
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