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NFL cancels Annual Spring Meeting

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell notified the clubs today that after careful consideration and consultation with medical experts, the NFL’s annual meeting scheduled for March 29-April 1 has been canceled.

There will be full consideration and votes on any open football issues, including playing rules, bylaws, and resolutions, as well as other business matters that were on the agenda for the Annual Meeting, at the Spring meeting scheduled for May 19-20. Most of the first day will be dedicated to football-related issues. Head coaches and general managers will participate in the meeting.

This decision was made consistent with the league’s primary concern to protect the health of club and league employees and the public while enabling the league to continue with its essential business operations. ​

We will continue to closely monitor developments, consult with leading experts, and be prepared to make any changes necessary as circumstances warrant.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL announces 2020 Compensatory Draft Choices for 15 Clubs

32 COMPENSATORY DRAFT CHOICES

A total of 32 compensatory choices in the 2020 NFL Draft have been awarded to 15 teams, the NFL announced today.

Under the rules for compensatory draft selections, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents (“CFA”) than it acquires in the previous year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.

The compensatory picks will be positioned within the third through seventh rounds based on the value of the compensatory free agents lost.

Compensatory free agents are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors.  The formula was developed by the NFL Management Council.  Not every free agent lost or signed by a club is covered by this formula.  No club may receive more than four compensatory picks in any one year.  If a club qualifies for more than four compensatory picks after offsetting each CFA lost by each CFA gained of an equal or higher value, the four highest remaining selections will be awarded to the club.

The Collective Bargaining Agreement limits the number of compensatory selections to the number of clubs then in the League (32).  This year, one club, the New York Giants, qualified for a compensatory selection under the net loss formula but will not receive that pick because the final numerical value of the CFA who was lost ranked 33rd among the final numerical values of all compensatory selections.  The New York Giants will receive compensatory selections for other CFAs lost whose final numerical values ranked within the top 32.

The following 2020 compensatory draft picks have been determined by the NFL Management Council for the 2020 NFL Draft, which will be held on April 23-25 in Las Vegas:​

Round Round Choice/

Overall Selection

Team
3 33-97 Houston
3 34-98 New England
3 35-99 New York Giants
3 36-100 New England
3 37-101 Seattle
3 38-102 Pittsburgh
3 39-103 Philadelphia
3 40-104 Los Angeles Rams
3 41-105 Minnesota
3 42-106 Baltimore
     
4 33-139 Tampa Bay
4 34-140 Chicago
4 35-141 Miami
4 36-142 Washington
4 37-143 Baltimore
4 38-144 Seattle
4 39-145 Philadelphia
4 40-146 Philadelphia
     
5 33-178 Denver
5 34-179 Dallas
     
6 33-212 New England
6 34-213 New England
6 35-214 Seattle
     
7 33-247 New York Giants
7 34-248 Houston
7 35-249 Minnesota
7 36-250 Houston
7 37-251 Miami
7 38-252 Denver
7 39-253 Minnesota
7 40-254 Denver
7 41-255 New York Giants

The compensatory free agents lost and gained in 2019 by the clubs that will receive compensatory picks in the 2020 Draft:

BALTIMORE Lost: Brown, John; Mosley, C.J.; Smith, Za’Darius; Suggs, Terrell
Gained: Ingram, Mark; Thomas, Earl
 
CHICAGO Lost: Amos, Adrian; Bellamy, Josh; Callahan, Bryce; Kush, Eric
Gained: Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha; Patterson, Cordarrelle; Skrine, Buster
 
DALLAS Lost: Beasley, Cole; Swaim, Geoff; Wilson, Damien
Gained: Cobb, Randall; Covington, Christian
 
DENVER Lost: Barrett, Shaquil; Brock, Tramaine; Garcia, Max; Paradis, Matt; Roby, Bradley; Turner, Billy
Gained: Callahan, Bryce; Jackson, Kareem; James, Ja’Wuan
 
HOUSTON Lost: Covington, Christian; Jackson, Kareem; Lamm, Kendall; Mathieu, Tyrann
Gained: Roby, Bradley
 
LOS ANGELES RAMS Lost: Joyner, Lamarcus; Saffold, Rodger
Gained: Matthews, Clay
 
MIAMI Lost: Bolden, Brandon; Gore, Frank; James, Ja’Wuan; Wake, Cameron
Gained: Fitzpatrick, Ryan; Rowe, Eric
 
MINNESOTA Lost: Compton, Tom; Easton, Nick; Richardson, Sheldon; Siemian, Trevor
Gained: Stephen, Shamar
 
NEW ENGLAND Lost: Brown, Malcom; Brown, Trenton; Flowers, Trey; Hogan, Chris; Patterson, Cordarrelle; Rowe, Eric; Waddle, LaAdrian
Gained: Bolden, Brandon
 
NEW YORK GIANTS Lost: Brown, Jamon; Collins, Landon; Edwards, Mario; Mauro, Josh; Webb, B.W.; Wynn, Kerry
Gained: Golden, Markus; Tate, Golden
 
PHILADELPHIA Lost: Foles, Nick; Hicks, Jordan; Tate, Golden
Gained:  
 
PITTSBURGH Lost: Bell, Le’Veon; James, Jesse
Gained: Nelson, Steven
 
SEATTLE Lost: Coleman, Justin; Hundley, Brett; Stephen, Shamar; Sweezy, J.R.; Thomas, Earl
Gained: Iupati, Mike; Myers, Jason
 
TAMPA BAY Lost: Alexander, Kwon; Fitzpatrick, Ryan; Humphries, Adam; Taylor, Adarius
Gained: Barrett, Shaquil; Perriman, Breshad; Pinion, Bradley
 
WASHINGTON Lost: Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha; Crowder, Jamison; Nsekhe, Ty; Smith, Preston
Gained: Collins, Landon; Flowers, Ereck; Rodgers-Cromartie, Dominique​


2020 NFL COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS

New England 4
Denver 3
Houston 3
Minnesota 3
New York Giants 3
Philadelphia 3
Seattle 3
Baltimore 2
Miami 2
Chicago 1
Dallas 1
Los Angeles Rams 1
Pittsburgh 1
Tampa Bay 1
Washington 1
TOTAL 32


SUMMARY OF COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS, 1994-2020

Baltimore 52
Dallas 43
New England 43
Green Bay 42
Los Angeles Rams 37
Cincinnati 35
Philadelphia 35
Pittsburgh 33
Seattle 32
San Francisco 31
Tennessee 30
Buffalo 28
New York Giants 28
Arizona 26
Kansas City 25
Minnesota 25
Denver 24
Indianapolis 23
Miami 22
Atlanta 21
Detroit 21
Las Vegas 21
Los Angeles Chargers 20
Tampa Bay 20
Jacksonville 19
Carolina 18
Chicago 18
Houston 18
Washington 17
New York Jets 14
Cleveland 13
New Orleans 10
TOTAL 844

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

Cowboys and Steelers to play in 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HALL OF FAME GAME ON THURSDAY, AUG. 6

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

CANTON, OHIO – The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers will kick off the National Football League’s season in the city where the league was born. The Cowboys and Steelers are scheduled to face each other in the 2020 Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, Aug. 6 at 8 p.m. ET in Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, adjacent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The game marks the seventh appearance by each club in the annual preseason classic which is tied for the most by any team. Both teams own 3-3 records in the Hall of Fame Game series.

Steelers coach BILL COWHER and safety TROY POLAMALU, along with former Cowboys Coach JIMMY JOHNSON will be enshrined into the Hall of Fame two days later as members of the Centennial Class of 2020. STEVE ATWATER, ISAAC BRUCE, STEVE HUTCHINSON, EDGERRIN JAMESSTEVE SABOL, PAUL TAGLIABUE and GEORGE YOUNG will also be enshrined at the annual Enshrinement Ceremony, which is set for Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.

Tickets for the 2020 Hall of Fame Game are on sale at: www.profootballhof.com/tickets

Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, a key component of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village that is underway around the Hall’s campus, was labeled as among “13 Game-Changing NFL Stadiums” by Forbes.

The 10 Seniors for the special Centennial Class will be formally enshrined during the Centennial Celebration slated for September in Canton. Safeties CLIFF HARRIS (Cowboys) and DONNIE SHELL (Steelers) will be enshrined on Friday, Sept. 18 along with Centennial Class of 2020 enshrinees HAROLD CARMICHAEL, JIMBO COVERT, BOBBY DILLON, WINSTON HILL, ALEX KARRAS, DUKE SLATER, MAC SPEEDIE and ED SPRINKLE.

2020 ENSHRINEMENT WEEK POWERED BY JOHNSON CONTROLS

The 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls kicks off with the annual Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, Aug. 6, the Enshrinement Ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 8, and Concert for Legends on Sunday, Aug. 9. All three events take place in the spectacular Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Other events include the nationally televised Enshrinees’ Gold Jacket Dinner (Friday, Aug. 7) and the Enshrinees Roundtable (Sunday, Aug. 9).

Official ticket packages are also available for the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls and are on sale now at www.hofexperiences.com/ or by calling 844-751-0532.

ABOUT THE PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

Located in Canton, Ohio, the birthplace of the National Football League, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution with the Mission to Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values, & Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. AAM accreditation is national recognition for the museum’s commitment to excellence and the highest professional standards of museum operation and public service.

Hundreds of thousands of fans from across the globe travel to Canton annually to experience “The Most Inspiring Place on Earth!” that chronicles America’s most popular sport. Fans can also enjoy the Hall of Fame Store at the Hall, and online at www.profootballhof.com/store, for merchandise from all 32 NFL clubs plus the Hall of Fame. Proceeds from the Store support the Hall’s Mission.

Construction on Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village, a mixed-use development project, is under way in Canton to transform the Hall of Fame’s campus. ​

@ProFootballHOF

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Rachel Gutting; COURTESY OF PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME COMMUNICATIONS

 

NFL announces invitees to HBCU Combine for March 28

The NFL today announced the names of players invited to attend the 2020 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Combine. Held Friday, March 27 – Saturday, March 28 at the Miami Dolphins’ Baptist Health Training Facility, event attendees include Draft-eligible athletes who were not invited to the National Invitational Combine (NIC) and have no remaining collegiate eligibility.

The full list of invited players can be found below:

Player Position College
Jeremiah Abby OL Southern
CJ Anderson DL Jackson State
Christian Angulo CB Hampton
Kyle Anthony WR Howard
Manasseh Bailey WR Morgan State
Frank Ball OL Virginia State
Solomon Bassett DL Lincoln (PA)
Elijah Bell WR North Carolina A&T
Jordan Bentley RB Alabama A&M
Donald Boone OL Chowan
De’Montrez Burroughs WR South Carolina State
Thomas Burton OL Tennessee State
Brandon Carswell DL Delaware State
Justin Cates DL North Carolina A&T
Nigel Chavis LB Norfolk State
Robert Cummings S Benedict
Jean Cyriaque OL Morehouse
DuShon David TE Bowie State
Craig Evans DL Langston
Deondre Francois QB Hampton
Keanu Gonzales OL Shaw
Tyrell Goodwin DL South Carolina State
Sterling Hammond S Virginia Union
Jodeci Harris OL Southern
Joshua Hill S Alabama State
Jordan Jones TE Prairie View A&M
Rico Kennedy LB Morgan State
Calvin Lunkins LB Southern
Ian McBorrough LB Morgan State
Joseph McWilliams CB Grambling
Jalen Morton QB Prairie View A&M
Kevonta Moses TE Shaw
Solomon Muhammad LB Alcorn State
Durrell Nash LB St. Augustine
Dajour Nesbeth CB Tennessee State
Steven Newbold WR Tennessee State
Marcus Pettiford OL North Carolina A&T State
Taeyler Porter RB Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Bobby Price S Norfolk State
Nhyre’ Quinerly S Norfolk State
Jimmie Robinson WR Bethune-Cookman
Chris Rowland WR Tennessee State
Darius Royster DL North Carolina Central
Lachavious Simmons OL Tennessee State
Daryus Skinner S Winston-Salem State
Ryan Stanley QB Florida A&M
Jalen Steward DL Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Dawonya Tucker RB Prairie View A&M
De’Shawn Waller RB Alcorn State
Marcus Williams WR Florida A&M
John Wilson CB Savannah State

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Taylor Kielpinski-Rogers, NFL; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

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