If you haven't been paying attention today, the NFL players unanimously ratified the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, thus ending the months of lockout news that many of us have had to endure over the last several months.
With the lockout over and players ready to get back into game shape and also sign with new teams, here is ESPN's description of the most up-to-date timeline:
According to the timeline for league business to begin, trades can be made beginning Tuesday and free-agent signings can be filed with the league office Friday at 6 p.m. ET.
Teams may begin negotiating with unrestricted free agents beginning Tuesday. Players can begin reporting to training camps 15 days before their first preseason games. According to the proposed timeline, 10 teams would report on Wednesday, 10 more on Thursday and 10 additional teams on Friday. The New York Jets and Houston Texans would be the last two teams to report, on Sunday.
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So buckle up everyone. Because the rest of the Summer is going to be a fantasy football roller coaster!