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Free Agency Signing Period Begins; 453 Players Become Free Agents

The National Football League today announced that 453 players are free agents who now can negotiate with all 32 clubs.

Players are either “restricted” or “unrestricted” free agents.  Within the categories are also “franchise” and “transition” players.

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Franchise And Transition Players Named

Franchise and Transition player designations were announced today for the 2015 NFL free agency signing period, which begins at 4:00 p.m. ET on March 10.

A club can designate one “franchise” player or one “transition” player among its veteran free agents.

The salary offer by a player’s club determines whether the franchise player designation is exclusive or non-exclusive.

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2015 NFL Combine: Club Personnel Media Availability

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* Indicates change from original schedule

Wednesday, February 18

10:00 AM        Kevin Colbert, Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager

10:15 AM        Lovie Smith, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach

10:30 AM        Gary Kubiak, Denver Broncos Head Coach

10:45 AM        Trent Baalke, San Francisco 49ers General Manager

11:00 AM        John Fox, Chicago Bears Head Coach

11:15 AM        Jason Licht, Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager

11:30 AM        Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals General Manager

11:45 AM        Ken Whisenhunt, Tennessee Titans Head Coach

Noon        Ruston Webster, Tennessee Titans Executive Vice President and General Manager

12:15 PM        Rex Ryan, Buffalo Bills Head Coach

12:30 PM        Ryan Pace, Chicago Bears General Manager

12:45 PM        Tom Telesco, San Diego Chargers General Manager

1:00 PM        Jay Gruden, Washington Redskins Head Coach

1:15 PM        Jack Del Rio, Oakland Raiders Head Coach

1:30 PM        Martin Mayhew, Detroit Lions EVP of Football Operations and General Manager

1:45 PM        Rick Spielman, Minnesota Vikings Executive Vice President and General Manager

2:00 PM        Les Snead, St. Louis Rams General Manager

2:15 PM        John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens Head Coach

2:30 PM        Todd Bowles, New York Jets Head Coach

2:45 PM        Mike Maccagnan, New York Jets General Manager

3:00 PM        Mike Pettine, Cleveland Browns Head Coach

3:15 PM        Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach

4:00 PM        Dennis Hickey, Miami Dolphins General Manager

4:15 PM        Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys Head Coach


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2015 NFL Draft First Round Order

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Super Bowl XLIX Capsule

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Super Bowl XLIX Preview

Two teams. One game. It all comes down to this.

On Sunday, February 1, the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks will meet in Super Bowl XLIX (6:30 PM ET, NBC) at University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.

For the second consecutive season, the game will feature the No. 1 seed in each conference.

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Super Bowl XLIX Team Media Availabilty Schedule

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Pro Bowl Pre-Draft Selections

— Alumni Captains Cris Carter & Michael Irvin Make Pre-Draft Selections —

The initial draft selections for the 2015 Pro Bowl were made on Tuesday by the alumni team captains, Pro Football Hall of Famers CRIS CARTER and MICHAEL IRVIN.

Irvin won a coin toss at Tuesday’s press conference and elected to choose Dallas Cowboys RB DE MARCO MURRAY and Cleveland Browns CB JOE HADEN, the active player captains, to help determine the roster as the first members of Team Irvin.

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Championship Weekend What To Look For – A Look Back

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2015 NFL Regional Combines Schedule Announced

The NFL will conduct five Regional Combines beginning on February 7 in Miami, FL, and concluding with the 2015 Super Regional Combine on March 21 at the Arizona Cardinals Practice Facility in Tempe, AZ. NFL Regional Combines, hosted throughout the country, serve as a supplement to the NFL’s National Scouting Combine and provide an opportunity for current draft eligible players to display their skills before veteran NFL talent evaluators.

“Combines have long provided draft eligible players with the forum needed to showcase their skills to NFL teams,” says Director of Football Development MATT BIRK. “I know how important participating in combines was for my NFL career. It is our job at the NFL to provide this opportunity to any college football player that wants to chase his dream of playing in the NFL.”

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