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DT Star Lotlelei Works out at Utah Pro Day

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DT Star Lotlelei Works out at Utah Pro Day

Photo – DT Star Lotlelei - Utah

One of the premier defenders in the NFL Draft 2013, DT Star Lotlelei worked out this week at the Utah Pro Day. Lotlelei was unable to workout at the NFL Combine, when heart problems were discovered during the physical in the first days of the event.

He was considered a top ten prospect and possibly the #1 defensive tackle on the board after a strong 2012 season. This week he got the medical clearance to workout and had a good performance in front of 31 NFL teams including head coaches and General Managers.

Star Lotlelei is one of 350 Scouting Reports in Draft Insiders’ Yearbook out late March

Lotlelei measured in at under 6’3” and 314 lbs. with 33 5/8” arm length and did 38 reps @ 225 lbs. He ran a 5.25 and 5.30 times with average agility drills of 4.65 short shuttle and 7.65 three cone drill times.

They were among the leaders at the position from the NFL Combine event. His 38 reps in the lifting tied him with DT Brandon Williams of Missouri Southern for the most among defensive linemen at the NFL Combine.

Lotulelei will have a final medical exam and testing in Indianapolis on April 5-6 when players with health issues at the NFL Combine are reevaluated and their health issues are updated. This final exam will determine his health related to NFL mini and training camps and have a huge bearing on his draft status. He is one of the pending player issues in the early rounds that could have a strong bearing on the overall first round selections.

DT Star Lotulelei - 6'3" 315 lbs. - Utah
As a senior, he started all 12 games and recorded 42 tackles with 10 TFL, 3 FF, 4 FR and 5 sacks, earning Pac 12 first team honors. In 2011, he started 12 of 13 games and had 44 tackles, 9 TFL and 2 sacks. He is similar to Pro Bowler B.J Raji in body type, AA and positional fits.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

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NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

The NFL announced this week from the 2013 NFL owners meetings that the league awarded 32 compensatory picks to 16 different clubs. These picks are given to teams losing more or better compensatory free agents than they acquires in the previous year.

The Falcons and Ravens received the most compensatory picks, with four each, while the Texans, Chiefs and Titans each received the highest-possible pick, with a third-round selection each. The Texans, who lost Jason Allen, Mike Brisiel, Joel Dressen and Mario Williams (while gaining Bradie James and Donnie Jones) were awarded the highest selection of all teams, netting the 95th-overall pick (33rd pick in the third round).

Since 1994, no one has more compensatory picks awarded than the Ravens with 37, for those fans freaking out about Baltimore's free-agent exodus. (The Packers are next with 31.) And this year, once again, Mr. Irrelevant will be chosen by the Colts, who hold the final pick in the NFL Draft.

Compensatory picks cannot be traded and must be used by receiving club.

Compensatory picks
Round / Teams / Pick in Round / Overall Selection

3rd Round
Texans - 33-95
Chiefs - 34-96
Titans - 35-97

4th Round
Ravens - 33-130
49ers - 34-131
Lions - 35-132
Falcons - 36-133

5th Round
Dolphins - 33-166
Packers - 34-167
Ravens - 35-168

6th Round
Texans - 33-201
Titans - 34-202
Ravens - 35-203
Chiefs - 36-204
Raiders - 37-205
Steelers - 38-206

7th Round
Eagles - 33-239
Bengals - 34-240
Seahawks - 35-241
Seahawks - 36-242
Falcons - 37-243
Falcons - 38-244
Lions - 39-245
49ers - 40-246
Ravens - 41-247
Titans - 42-248
Falcons - 43-249
Dolphins - 44-250
Bengals - 45-251
49ers - 46-252
Giants - 47-253
Colts - 48-254

NFL Free Agency 2013 - Top 100 Players

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NFL Free Agency 2013 - Top 100 Players

Free Agents - Unrestricted & ‘Street’
No Franchise Players listed

Photo - WR Mike Wallace - Steelers

Rank / Player / Team / Pos. / Age
1 Jake Long - MIA - OT - 26
2 Dashon Goldson - SF - S - 28
3 Mike Wallace - PIT - WR - 27
4 Paul Kruger - BAL - LB - 27
5 Cliff Avril - DET - DE - 26
6 Sebastian Vollmer - NE - OT - 28
7 Andy Levitre - MIA - OT - 28
8 Greg Jennings - GB - WR - 29
9 Jared Cook - TEN - TE - 26
10 Jermon Bushrod - NO OT - 29
11 Glover Quin - HOU - S - 27
12 Dannell Ellerbe - BAL - LB - 27
13 Andre Smith - CIN - OT - 26
14 Steven Jackson - STL RB - 30
15 Sean Smith - MIA - CB - 26
16 Brent Grimes - ATL - CB - 30
17 Louis Delmas - DET - S - 26
18 Connor Barwin - HOU - LB - 26
19 Michael Bennett - TB - DE - 27
20 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie - PHI - CB - 27
21 Tony Gonzalez - ATL - TE - 37
22 Chris Houston - DET - CB - 28
23 Danny Amendola - STL - WR - 27
24 Gosder Cherilus - DET - OT - 29
25 Wes Welker - NE - WR - 32
26 Aqib Talib - TB - CB - 27
27 Louis Vasquez - SD - G - 26
28 Reggie Bush - MIA - RB - 28
29 Phil Loadholt - MIN - OT - 27
30 Philip Wheeler - OAK - LB - 28
31 Eric Winston - KC - OT - 29
32 Keenan Lewis - PIT CB - 27
33 Dustin Keller - NYJ - TE - 28
34 Cary Williams - BAL - CB - 28
35 Fred Davis - WAS - TE - 27
36 Sam Baker - ATL - OT - 28
37 Ed Reed - BAL - S - 34
38 Dwight Freeney - IND - DE - 33
39 Daryl Smith - JAX - LB - 31
40 Antwan Barnes - SD - LB - 28
41 Sedrick Ellis - NO - DT - 28
42 Derek Cox - JAC - CB - 26
43 Martellus Bennett - NYG - TE - 26
44 Charles Woodson - GB - S - 36
45 Ricky Jean-Francois - SF - DT - 26
46 LaRon Landry - NYJ - S - 28
47 James Harrison - PIT - LB - 34
48 Kenny Phillips - NYG - S - 26
49 Mike DeVito - NYJ - DE - 29
50 Osi Umenyiora - NYG - DE - 31
51 Israel Idonije - CHI - DE - 32
52 Delanie Walker - SF - TE - 29
53 Desmond Bryant - OAK - DT - 27
54 Rashard Mendenhall - PIT - RB - 26
55 Jason Jones - SEA - DT - 27
56 Chris Gamble - CAR - CB - 29
57 Brandon Moore - NYJ - G - 33
58 Chris Canty - NYG - DT - 30
59 Brad Jones - GB - LB - 27
60 Jerome Simpson - MIN - WR - 27
61 Chris Clemons - MIA - S - 27
62 John Abraham - ATL - DE - 35
63 Brandon Myers - OAK - TE - 27
64 Manny Lawson - SF - LB - 28
65 Brandon Gibson - STL - WR - 26
66 Erin Henderson - MIN - LB - 27
67 Greg Toler - ARI - CB - 28
68 Richard Seymour - OAK - DT - 33
69 Adrian Wilson - ARI - S - 33
70 Brian Urlacher - CHI - LB - 35
71 Bradley Fletcher - STL - CB - 27
72 Glenn Dorsey - KC - DE - 28
73 DeAngelo Hall - WAS - CB - 29
74 Victor Butler - DAL - LB - 26
75 Peyton Hillis - CLE - RB - 27
76 Antoine Cason - SD - CB - 27
77 Terrance Knighton - JAX - DT - 27
78 Rey Maualuga - CIN - LB - 26
79 Jason Campbell - CHI - QB - 31
80 Shaun Phillips - SD - LB - 32
81 Felix Jones - DAL - RB - 25
82 Adam Jones - CIN - CB - 29
83 Donald Thomas - NE - G - 27
84 Mike Jenkins - DAL - CB - 27
85 Matt Shaughnessy - OAK - DE - 26
86 Patrick Chung - NE - S - 25
87 Sen'Derrick Marks - TEN - DT - 26
88 Rashad Johnson - ARI - S - 27
89 Shonn Greene - NYJ - RB - 28
90 Anthony Fasano - MIA - TE - 29
91 Danny Woodhead - NE - RB - 27
92 Vance Walker - ATL - DT - 26
93 Calvin Pace - NYJ - LB - 31
94 Julian Edelman - NE - WR - 27 -
95 Isaac Sopoaga - SF - DT - 31
96 Michael Boley - NYG - LB - 31
97 Mike Goodson - CAR - RB - 25 -
98 Roy Miller - TB - DT - 26
99 Tracy Porter - NO - CB - 26 -
100 Josh Cribbs - CLE - WR - 29

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

NFL Free Agency/ Trading Period 2013 – ‘New Window for Negotiations’

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NFL Free Agency 2013 – ‘New Window for Negotiations’

Photo - WR Percy Harvin - Vikings

NFL Free Agency 2013 period opens on Tuesday March 12th at 4 pm. This year a new three day window for negotiations began on Saturday morning at midnight that gave clubs an opportunity to talk to agents about upcoming Free Agents to see if they are interested in their club and approximate contract dollars. They cannot sign until Tuesday March 12 at 4 pm, but it gives teams some guidelines about which players are interested in signing. Teams cannot talk to the player or have visits to their facilities. This initial free agency period is part of the new collective bargaining agreement that was signed last summer. The new salary cap was raised to $123 million per team that clubs must comply with by the opening of the new NFL year on March 4th. Teams can sign their own free agents now as well as restructure player contracts to create salary cap room.

The weekend prior to the opening of Free Agency creates a group of ‘New Street Free Agents’ of veteran players who are usually due large bonuses and higher salary for the upcoming season. Many veterans have been and will continue to be released through the early weeks with bonus clauses in upcoming contracts locked into specific dates. These ’Street’ free agents have become a core part of the Free Agency movement in recent years with many big names players hitting the open market after being released by teams. This year expect many new high profile veterans to join the open market as ‘Street” free agents, though none is expected to make the headlines like Peyton Manning did when he hit the open market last winter. He signed with the Broncos and made a significant impact on their offense winning the AFC West before losing in the playoffs.

This year NFL teams will have $123 million cap number to work with a slight increase over recent years. This was an increase of over $2.4 million over last year. The 2011 salary cap was $120.375 million with the 2012 cap slightly above at $120.6 million. That was only an increase of $225,000 over prior year.

NFL 2013 Trading Period - March 12th thru mid October 2013

The NFL trading period also starts on March 12th along with the Free Agency market and will provide a few big deals through the spring. With the new period for clubs to speak with agents a few key trades have already been agreed upon, but will not officially be announced until March 4th at 4pm.

Veterans, 49ers’ QB Alex Smith and Vikings’ wideout Percy Harvin will be changing clubs. The 49ers will trade Smith to the KC Chiefs for a #2 pick this year (34th overall) and conditional picks next year. The Vikings will trade Percy Harvin to the Seahawks for their #1 pick this year (25th overall) and #7 pick plus conditional middle tier pick next spring. The Vikings now have two #1 picks among 11 overall selections. The Super Bowl champion Ravens’ traded wideout Anquan Boldin to the 49ers for a 6th round selection this April. Boldin wanted to renegotiate his current contract, but his age (31) was a key factor for the deal.

Others veteran players that will garner a lot of interest when the trading period begins are Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis will attract enormous interest especially among playoff contenders. He will command at least one #1 pick plus other high choices or possibly two #1 picks. QB Mark Sanchez, Carson Palmer, Ryan Mallett, Nick Foles, Matt Flynn, Blaine Gabbert, Brandon Weeden and Tim Tebow will all create interest and could have a huge effect on the early rounds of the NFL Draft 2013 according to which clubs land a veteran starting QB.

Veteran wideouts, Panthers’ Steve Smith, Titans’ Nate Washington, Eagles’ Jeremy Maclin and Dolphins’ Davone Bess could all be changing teams this offseason. All received interest by other NFL teams over the past year and each will get attention once the open market begins. Packers’ TE Jermichael Finley is unhappy with his current contract and wants to renegotiate with resistance by the Packers brass. He will get some interest from playoff contenders, though probably only warrants a middle round choice off his recent performance.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

Two Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2013

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Two Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2013
Post NFL Combine 2013 / * Underclassmen

Photo – DT Sharrif Floyd - Florida

Team / Player / Pos / School
1st Round

1. Kansas City - 2-14 - Chance Warmack - OG - Alabama
2. Jacksonville - 2-14 - * Dee Milliner - CB - Alabama
3. Oakland - 4-12 - * Luke Joeckel - OT - Texas A&M
4. Philadelphia - 4-12 - Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
5. Detroit - 4-12 - Lane Johnson - OT - Oklahoma
6. Cleveland - 5-11 - * Sharrif Floyd - DT - Florida
7. Arizona - 5-11 - Geno Smith - QB - West Virginia
8. Buffalo - 6-10 - Eric Fisher - OT - Central Michigan
9. NY Jets - 6-10 - * Jarvis Jones - LB - Georgia
10. Tennessee - 6-10 - * Bjoern Werner - DE - Florida St
11. San Diego - 7-9 - Jonathan Cooper - OG - North Carolina
12. Miami - 7-9 - * Tyler Eifert - TE - Notre Dame
13. Tampa Bay - 7-9 - * Barkevious Mingo - DE - LSU
14. Carolina - 7-9 - * Sheldon Richardson - DT - Missouri
15. New Orleans - 7-9 - Star Lotulelei - DT - Utah
16. St. Louis - 6-7-1 - * Cordarelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee
17. Pittsburgh - 7-7- * Xavier Rhodes - CB - Florida St
18. Dallas - 8-6 - Jesse Williams - DT - Alabama
19. NY Giants - 9-7 - Ezekial Ansah - DE - BYU
20. Chicago - 10-6 - Desmond Trufant - CB - Washington
21. Cincinnati - 10-6 0 * Keenan Allen - WR - California
22. St. Louis (Wash) - 8-6 - * Damontre Moore - DE - Texas A&M
23. Minnesota - 10-6 - * Sam Montgomery - DE - LSU
24. Indianapolis - 11-5 - * Zach Ertz - TE - Stanford
25. Seattle - 9-5 - * Alec Ogletree - LB - Georgia
26. Green Bay -11-5 - * DeAndre Hopkins - WR - Clemson
27. Houston - 12-4 - * D.J. Fluker - OT - Alabama
28. Denver - 13-3 - Kenny Vaccaro - S - Texas
29. New England - 12-4 - John Jenkins - DT - Georgia
30. Atlanta - 13-3 - Alex Okafor - DE - Texas
31. San Francisco - 11-4-1 - Tavon Austin - WR - West Virginia
32. Baltimore - 10-6 - * Eric Reid - S - LSU

Second Round
33. Jacksonville - Sylvester Williams - DT - North Carolina
34. San Fran (Kansas City) - Jordan Poyer - CB - Oregon St
35. Philadelphia - Datone Jones - DE - UCLA
36. Detroit - Manti Te'o - LB - Notre Dame
37. Cincinnati (Oak) - * Johnathan Hankins - DT - Ohio St
38. Arizona - Markus Wheaton - WR - Oregon St
Cleveland - forfeits Supplemental Draft - WR - Josh Gordon
39. NY Jets - Matt Barkley - QB - Southern Cal
40. Tennessee - Johnthan Banks - CB - Mississippi St
41. Buffalo - Ryan Nassib - QB - Syracuse
42. Miami - * Stedman Bailey - WR - West Virginia
43. Tampa Bay - * Matt Elam - S - Florida
44. Carolina -* Robert Woods - WR - Southern Cal
New Orleans - forfeits pick for Bounty violation
45. San Diego - Margus Hunt - DE - Southern Methodist
46. St. Louis - Kawann Short - DT - Purdue
47. Dallas - * Jordan Reed - TE - Florida
48. Pittsburgh - Terrance Williams - WR - Baylor
49. NY Giants - * Logan Ryan - CB - Rutgers
50. Chicago - * Kevin Minter - LB - LSU
51. Washington - *Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee
52. Minnesota - Blihi Wrey-Wilson - CB - UConn
53. Cincinnati - * Eddy Lacy - RB - Alabama
54. Miami (Indianapolis) - * David Amerson - CB - North Carolina St
55. Green Bay - * Gavin Escobar - TE - San Diego St
56. Seattle - Larry Warford - OG - Kentucky
57. Houston - Quinton Patton - WR - Louisiana Tech
58. Denver - * Justin Pugh - OT - Syracuse
59. New England - Jamie Collins - LB - Southern Miss
60. Atlanta - Cornelius Carradine - DE - Florida St
61. San Francisco - Chase Thomas - LB - Stanford
62. Baltimore - Menelik Watson - OT - Florida St

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

NFL Teams Place Eight Players with Franchise Tags

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NFL Teams Place 8 Players with Franchise Tags

The National Football League announced on Monday that just eight players received the franchise tag from their respective clubs in 2013. Monday was the deadline for clubs to use either their franchise or transitional tags on players whose contracts expired. It was down from recent years that included an NFL-record 21 players receiving the franchise tag in 2012. This followed the 2011 offseason when 13 players received the franchise tag.

Photo – OT Branden Albert - Chiefs

The Eight Franchise Players (Value of one-year tender):
Buffalo Bills - Safety Jairus Byrd - $6.916 million
Chicago Bears - Defensive tackle Henry Melton - $8.45 million
Cincinnati Bengals - Defensive end Michael Johnson - $11.175 million
Dallas Cowboys - Linebacker/DE Anthony Spencer - $10.627 million (120% his 2012 tender)
Denver Broncos - Offensive tackle Ryan Clady - $9.828 million
Indianapolis Colts - Punter Pat McAfee - $2.977 million
Kansas City Chiefs - Offensive tackle Branden Albert - $9.828 million
Miami Dolphins - Defensive tackle Randy Starks - $8.45 million

The salary cap figures list Franchise non-exclusive tag. Non-exclusive players must be tendered a one-year deal no less than the listed amount for their position, which is determined by the average of the top five salaries at their position. With the non-exclusive tag, the current team has the right to match any offer or get two 1st round choices in return. An exclusive Franchise tag ties him to his current team at a higher but undetermined price for one season. Both sides can continue to negotiate on a longer deal even after a franchise tag has been applied.

NFL teams had until Monday March 4th to designate either franchise or transitional tags. The transition tag is created by averaging the top 10 salaries at one position. Seven of the nine players who played out the 2012 season under the franchise tag now have a clear path towards the free agent market.

The New England Patriots did not use a franchise tag on any of their potential free agents, which means wide receiver Wes Welker could test the market on March 12. The Patriots also elected to not use the tag on offensive tackle Sebastien Vollmer or cornerback Aqib Talib.

The Detroit Lions opted to not use a second tag on defensive end Cliff Avril, which would have cost the Lions $12.726 million in 2013, and the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers did not use a second tag on Pro Bowl safety Dashon Goldson.

Other players franchised in 2012 who were not tagged this year were Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis, Atlanta Falcons cornerback Brent Grimes, Cincinnati Bengals kicker Mike Nugent and Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson. Davis, Grimes and Nugent finished the 2012 season on injured reserve.

The Baltimore Ravens avoided the use of the franchise tag by re-signing quarterback Joe Flacco, the top unrestricted free agent this offseason to a six year $120.8 million contract that included over $50 million in guaranteed money. The Chiefs avoided a second franchise tag for wide receiver Dwayne Bowe by re-signing the 2007 first-round pick to a five year extension.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

Calendar for the 2013 NFL Postseason

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Calendar for the 2013 NFL Postseason

NFL 2013 Postseason Dates
March, 2013

March 2-3 - Regional Combine, Atlantic Health Jets Training Facility, New York/New Jersey
March 9 - Regional Combine, One Buccaneer Place, Tampa, Florida
March 10 - Regional Combine, Halas Hall (Bears), Chicago, Illinois

March 9-11 - Clubs are permitted to enter into contract negotiations with certified agents of players who will be Unrestricted Free Agents at the end of the current League Year.

March 12 - Prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time, clubs must exercise options for 2013 on all players who have option clauses in their 2012 contracts.
March 12 - Clubs must submit Qualifying Offers to their Restricted Free Agents with expiring contracts and to whom they desire to retain a Right of First Refusal/Compensation.
March 12 - Clubs must submit a minimum salary offer to retain exclusive negotiating rights to their players with expiring 2012 contracts and who have fewer than three seasons of free agency credit.
March 12 - All 2012 player contracts will expire at 4:00 p.m., New York time.
March 12 - All clubs must be under the Salary Cap prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time.
March 12 - 2013 NFL League Year and Free Agency and Trading period begins after expiration of all 2012 contracts at 4:00 p.m., New York time.

March 16-17 - Regional Combine, Atlanta Falcons Training Facility, Atlanta, Georgia

March 17-20 - Annual League Meeting, The Biltmore, Phoenix, Arizona.

March 23-24 - Regional Combine, Virginia Mason Athletic Center (Seahawks), Seattle, Washington
March 23-24 - Regional Combine, Baltimore Ravens Training Facility, Baltimore, Maryland

APRIL
April 7-8 - Super Regional Combine, Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, Texas

April 25-27 - NFL Draft, New York City, New York.

MAY
May 20-22 - NFL Spring League Meeting, Hyatt-Harborside, Boston, Massachusetts.

SEPTEMBER
September 5, 8-9 - NFL Kickoff 2013

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