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What The Week Ahead Will Look Like

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What The Week Ahead Will Look Like

Courtesy of Tom Silverstein:

  • Tuesday at 10 a.m.: teams can sign draft choices and undrafted rookies. (It's believed agents will be given the go-ahead to start negotiating tonight)
  • Tuesday at 10 a.m.: teams can begin negotiating with their unrestricted and restriced free agents as well as those of other teams.
  • Thursday at 6 p.m.: Teams may waive players.
  • Friday: Packers open training camp (TBA).
  • Friday at 6 p.m.: Teams may start signing unrestricted and restricted free agents of their own or another team's.
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fishandcrane's picture

What the Year ahead looks like:

Sunday February 5, 2012 Celebrate one for the thumb.

jaydubya's picture

I suspect many hungry agents will be running on caffeine and trying to earn their commision weight in gold these next crazy 5 days.

Wgbeethree's picture

I'm really hoping Mark Tauscher schedules a press conference by Thursday afternoon. I'd like to see him retire a Packer and us not having to waive him.

PackersRS's picture

I'd like to see Tauscher retire and immediately get a job as assistant OL coach. The guy got it done all of his life with technique, and for all the reports, that was his job last year. I believe he would make a fine coach.

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