NFL Off-Season Calendar

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  1. BuffSoldier

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    Can anyone tell me when the free-agent signing period begins, and when teams have to have their players franchised? :um: :confused: idonno:
     
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    Whoa! It's going to be a LONG offseason.
     
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    Do they show those games on tv?
     
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    I watch NFLE and AFL. They are my Methadone for football withdrawl. ESPN shows a lot of the NFLE and I think it's ABC that does the AFL ones. Should be interesting this year to watch Berlin and Frankfurt.
     
  5. gg no re

    gg no re iggnorent

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    NBC broadcasts the AFL [and with a scoreboard.... what an innovation for NBC!!!!]
     
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    when is the rookie minicamp going to happen?
     
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    I want to be their
     

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