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2005 National Football League Calendar2005 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CALENDARFebruary 6 -- Super Bowl XXXIX, Jacksonville, Florida (FOX).
April 2-3 -- NFL Europe League season begins.
April 15 -- Signing period ends for restricted free agents.
April 22 -- Deadline for old club to exercise right of first refusal to restricted free agents.
April 23-24 -- NFL Draft.
May 9-11 -- NFL Coaches Career Development Symposium, Orlando, Florida.
May 24-25 -- NFL Spring Meeting, Washington, DC.
June 1 -- Deadline for old clubs to send tender to unsigned unrestricted free agents to receive exclusive negotiating rights for rest of season if player is not signed by another club by July 22.
June 1 -- Deadline for old clubs to send tender to unsigned restricted free agents or to extend qualifying offer to retain exclusive negotiating rights.
June 5 -- NFL Europe League regular season ends.
June 11 -- World Bowl XIII, Düsseldorf, Germany.
June 15 -- Deadline for old clubs to withdraw original qualifying offer to unsigned restricted free agents and still retain exclusive negotiating rights by substituting tender of 110 percent of previous year’s salary.
June 26-29 -- NFL Rookie Symposium, Palm Beach, Florida.
Mid-July -- Training camps open.
July 22 -- Signing period ends at 4:00 PM ET for unrestricted free agents who received June 1 tender.
August 6 American Bowl, Tokyo, Japan: Atlanta vs. Indianapolis.
August 8 -- Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, Canton, Ohio.
August 11-15 -- First preseason weekend.
August 30 -- Roster cutdown to maximum of 65 players.
September 4 -- Roster cutdown to maximum of 53 players.
September 8-12 -- Kickoff 2005 Weekend.
Re: 2005 National Football League Calendar
I'm a bit Upset about the Claymores being pushed out of the europe league,they were my favorite team in that league.
Last edited by psycho9985; -02-02-2006 at 10:18 PM.
Re: 2005 National Football League CalendarOriginally Posted by psycho9985"Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod