The NFL Lockout is almost over, pending a vote by the players on a global settlement. That could happen Thursday night, but it is unlikely. However, the NFL has already released a tentative schedule of events once a new agreement is in place.
The league year is tentatively set to begin on Wed., July 27, at 12:00 p.m. MT. That would signal the beginning of training camp for all 32 teams. That will also be the start of free agency. However, on July 23, teams can start talking with undrafted rookie free agents and then start signing them on July 24 at 12:00 p.m. MT.
There are changes to the way practices are conducted for the first few days, and the roster limit in training camp is now set at 90 players, a 10-player increase. NFLLabor.com has a complete breakdown of the upcoming league year that can be viewed here.
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