Important NFL dates to keep your eye on in February

The Seattle Seahawks 2022 season might be over, but NFL operations are in full swing. Besides the Super Bowl, there are a few important NFL dates to keep your eye on in February.

Here’s a look a next month’s calendar per NFL Football Operations:

February 3

Deadline  for  non-playoff  clubs  to  submit  their  individual  lists  of  Physician-Certified  2023  Basic  Injury Protection Benefit Candidates to the Management Council.

February 5

Pro Bowl

February 12

Super Bowl LVII (State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ)

February 13

Waiver system begins for 2023.  A 24-hour claiming period will be in effect through the Friday prior to the last regular season game (waiver requests made on Friday and Saturday of each week will expire at 4:00 p.m.,  New  York  time,  on  the  following  Monday.)   Players  with  at  least  four  previous  pension-credited seasons  whom  a  club  desires  to  terminate  are  not  subject  to  the  waiver  system  until  after  the  trading deadline.

February 13

Beginning the first business day after the Super Bowl through the opening of the first training camp for Rookies in 2023, clubs must report all tryouts and visits to the League office; however, such transactions will not be reported to other clubs.

February 16

Deadline for playoff clubs to submit their individual lists of Physician-Certified 2023 Basic Injury Protection Benefit Candidates to the Management Council.

February 21

Beginning  this  date  through  4:00  p.m.,  New  York  time  on  March  7  clubs  may  designate  Franchise  or Transition Players.

February 28 –
March 6

NFL Scouting Combine (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN)

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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire