NFL Teams Preparing for 2016 Season

dielman The Super Bowl and Senior Bowls are in the rearview mirror, but don’t think for a second all is quiet with NFL teams.

With the Scouting Combine set for next week, February 23-29, and the NFL Draft scheduled for April 28-30, you can bet there is a great deal of activity in the various NFL team headquarters.  Franchise player designations were just named, and now teams are deciding which unrestricted free agents to offer contracts to; after that they must decide what to do with restricted free agents.  When those decisions are made, they can then turn their attention to the upcoming draft as they fill their future needs.

In other words, there will be a great deal of athlete relocation in the next sixty days.  Decisions made in the next few weeks will greatly determine which players remain with their current teams and which players relocate to a new team and new city.

Such is the nature of professional sports.  Gone are the days when one player remains with the team that drafted him for his entire career.  Of course it happens on occasion, but those occasions are few and far between.  Most NFL players face relocation five or six times during their ten-to-fifteen year career, a fact that highlights the importance of having a relocation agent.

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