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January 13, 2010 @ 5:00 am
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Dates To Remember

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2010 offseason is underway, and PewterReport.com provides a list of key NFL dates and events in 2010 that Bucs fans will want to mark on their calendars.

January 9/10
- Wild Card Playoffs

January 16/17 - Divisional Playoffs

January 23
- East-West Shrine Game in Orlando, Florida

January 24
- Conference Championships

January 25-29
- Senior Bowl Practices in Mobile, Alabama

January 30
- Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama

January 31
- AFC-NFC Pro Bowl in Miami, Fla.

February 7 - Super Bowl XLIV in Miami, Fla.

February 8
- Waiver System Begins

February 24 - NFL Scouting Combine Begins in Indianapolis, Indiana

March 4 - Deadline for Exercising Player Options

March 4
- Deadline for Clubs to Submit Qualifying Offers for Restricted Free Agents

March 5
- Free Agency Begins

March 5 - Trading Period Begins

March 15
- Clubs May Begin Conducting Offseason Workouts

March 21-24 - NFL Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla.

April 22-24 - 2010 NFL Draft held in Radio City Music Hall, New York

April 23
- Deadline for Signing of Offer Sheets by Restricted Free Agents

April 30 - Deadline for Old Club to Exercise Right of First Refusal to Restricted Free Agents

May 20-23
- NFLPA Rookie Premiere in Los Angeles, California

May 24-26 - NFL Spring Meeting in Dallas, Texas

June - Month Bucs likely will hold Mandatory Mini-Camp

July - Bucs and other teams likely will report to Training Camp


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