UPDATE: Players unanimously ratify Collective Bargaining Agreement - per NFL-TV.

Here is the schedule the NFLPA sent out to the players:

July 26 -- Team facilities will be open for voluntary training, conditioning and classroom instruction.

Teams can sign their drafted players, as well as undrafted free agents.

The trading of players can begin.

Teams can negotiate, but cannot sign or give offers sheets to their own UFAs, RFAs and franchise players.

July 28 -- Beginning at 4 p.m. ET, teams can begin to waive or terminate players.

July 29 -- Unrestricted free agency begins July 29 at 6 p.m. and clubs can begin signing players -- their own or other teams’ players. No payment can be made to players until a CBA is signed.

Training camps can open for teams, though the first day is used for classroom instruction and the next two days are non-contact days.

Aug 4 -- The league year can begin no later than today.

The Cowboys are scheduled to start training camp on Wednesday, at the Alamodome, in San Antonio. The trucks are reportedly on their way down to the Alamo City.

The Texans will start their training camp, tentatively, on Saturday in Houston.


You can read the agreement here:  NFL.COM



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