We are officially in a month with no NFL football games. A little less than a month after the Super Bowl, we move into an all important off-season for the Philadelphia Eagles. This will be a crucial off-season for a team heading into year two of the Sirianni/Hurts era. The Eagles surprised many last season, earning a play-off spot when most projected the Eagles to be one of the worst in the NFL.

As we dive into the off-season, here are some important dates to look out for in between the constant trade for Russell Wilson narrative, that has already been run into the ground.

Important Off-Season Dates

March 1st-7th: NFL Combine in Indianapolis 

There are a few players as an Eagles fan to keep your eye on. Some obvious ones include Nakobe Dean from Georgia, Devin Lloyd from Utah, and David Ojabo from Michigan. Another defensive player to look out for is George Karlaftis out of Purdue, who could be a great addition to the defensive line. On the offensive side of the ball, look out for Breece Hall from Iowa State and Ty Fryfogle from Indiana. Hall can add depth to the backfield and help replace Jordan Howard, and even Miles Sanders, if the Eagles decide not to re-sign him next season. Fryfogle is more under the radar but the Eagles could use his 6’2 “, 205 pound frame to compliment DeVonta Smith. Lastly, keep an eye out for Matt Araiza, who had a historic season punting at San Diego State. 

March 8th: 4 PM EST Franchise Tag Deadline

March 14th – 16th: Negotiations can begin with players who will become unrestricted free agents

March 16th: Negotiations continue with unrestricted players until 4 PM EST. Free agency begins at 4 PM EST

March 27th – 30th: Annual League Meetings

April 18th: Eagles can begin off-season work-out programs. Teams who have a newly hired head coach can start on April 4th

April 28th – 30th: 2022 NFL Draft at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada


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