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Old 07-25-2011, 10:53 AM   #16
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Teams can sign their free agents this afternoon. Teams can begin talking to UFAs this afternoon. Teams can sign UFAs tomorrow at noon.Teams can begin talking trades this afternoon. Any trade made would not become official until Saturday.

Teams can begin signing UFAs tomorrow at noon. Those contracts would not take effect until Aug 2.

Ten teams would report Weds, 10 Thurs, 10 Fri, with Jets and Texans reporting on Sunday. New league year would start Aug. 2 at 4 pm.
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:54 AM   #17
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NFL network has on the bottom of the screen that 10 teams start camp Wed., 10 teams start camp Thurs., 10 teams start camp on Fri., and the remaining 2 teams start on Sat.

Why can't they all start on Wed.? Especially since everyone is so far behind the bell curve this year due to the CBA.
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:57 AM   #18
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Per Adam S.:

Teams can sign their free agents this afternoon. Teams can begin talking to UFAs this afternoon. Teams can sign UFAs tomorrow at noon.

Teams can begin talking trades this afternoon. Any trade made would not become official until Saturday.

Teams can begin signing UFAs tomorrow at noon. Those contracts would not take effect until Aug 2.

Ten teams would report Weds, 10 Thurs, 10 Fri, with Jets and Texans reporting on Sunday. New league year would start Aug. 2 at 4 pm.
Never mind you already posted the schedule and I mixed up Sat with Sun. Yours is correct.
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:58 AM   #19
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re: Updated Title: Lockout Over-NFLPA Unanimously Votes to Approve Deal

Also there is rumors about when teams can sign other teams players. I thought I read teams can start talking to them tomorrow and make deals but can't sign other teams FA players until Fri.
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:59 AM   #20
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I was just going to ask when if ever did the players vote to become a union again and it just came across the bottom of the screen NFL network......

Tues. players will report to their facilities and vote to reunionize.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:07 AM   #22
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Redskins training camp begins Wednesday

I'm assuming at Redskin park?
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NFL network has on the bottom of the screen that 10 teams start camp Wed., 10 teams start camp Thurs., 10 teams start camp on Fri., and the remaining 2 teams start on Sat.

Why can't they all start on Wed.? Especially since everyone is so far behind the bell curve this year due to the CBA.
its relative to when the team's first preseason game is
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Also there is rumors about when teams can sign other teams players. I thought I read teams can start talking to them tomorrow and make deals but can't sign other teams FA players until Fri.
You just quoted the FA schedule above
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I think he is confused,using UFA for UnDRAFTED free agents as opposed to UnRESTRICTED free agents. Everything I heard points to being able to sign unrestricted free agents on Tuesday or Wednesday. But I did hear one source say that free agency (the unrestricted FA's) starts at midnight on Friday. (but can be contacted as early as tomorrow).
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unrestricted and undrafted today according to Espn and NFLN
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Skins to start camp Thurs.
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I bet the coaches are going ape-shit right about now. They may have been gearing up but, given the compressed time frames, I am sure a they have been preparing but I bet more than a few of them are thinking "WTF do I do first?"

On top of that was just reading how teams could lose RFA's midway through August.

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Restricted free agency this year. Weird. The NFL hasn't finalized the timing for it yet, but there are a slew of restricted free agents, valuable ones like Roman Harper and Antonio Cromartie, who could have up to two weeks from the time camps start to choose a new team or go back to an existing one.

"Did anyone in the negotiations think how absolutely crazy this could be?'' one coach told me Saturday. "Suppose you're counting on a guy who's restricted to come back, and a week or so into free agency he gets blown out of the water with some offer, and we've already lost the chance to get anyone good to replace him -- and we're three weeks away from playing a game that counts. Whoever made some of these rules ... I mean, we could be recruiting free agents while we're trying to put together installation periods for the playbook in training camp.''

Under the plan being considered by the league last Thursday, the restricted signings could take place until Aug. 12. Signing at the last minute would give players less than a month before they played their first real game with a new team.
Read more: NFL owners and players nearing an end to lockout and labor dispute in time for full 2011 NFL schedule* - Peter King - SI.com
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:51 AM   #30
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In regards to the Restricted FA's..... make an offer they can't refuse. Simple. Otherwise the team is just offering what they think he's worth and if another team comes along and "blows him out of the water" with a better offer then clearly the team didn't think as highly about the player as the opposing team that made a big offer.

However I thought the whole reason they are called restricted is because the current team has the option to match the new offer or not.
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