NFL – Dates for your diary…

The 2015 NFL season may seem a world away for some of you, however even in the offseason there is always movement worth taking note of! We have put together some key NFL dates and details to put in your sporting diaries over the next few months and the start of the up and coming season…

The NFL Draft – 30th April – 2nd May 


The 2015 NFL Draft is the 80th annual meeting of all 32 franchises to select newly eligible football players. This year the Draft takes place in the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, a change from its usual location at Radio City Hall in New York. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will select first as they were the league’s worst team last season. The Draft order for this year is as follows:

1: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2: Tennessee Titans 3: Jacksonville Jaguars

4: Oakland Raiders 5: Washington Redskins 6: New York Jets

7: Chicago Bears 8: Atlanta Falcons 9: New York Giants

10: St Louis Rams 11: Minnesota Vikings 12: Cleveland Browns

13: New Orleans Saints 14: Miami Dolphins 15: San Francisco 49ers

16: Houston Texans 17: San Diego Chargers 18: Kansas City

19: Cleveland (From Buffalo) 20: Philadelphia Eagles 21: Cincinnati Bengals

22: Pittsburgh Steelers 23: Detroit Lions 24: Arizona Cardinals

25: Carolina Panthers 26: Baltimore Ravens 27: Dallas Cowboys

28: Denver Broncos 29: Indianapolis Colts 30: Green Bay Packers

31: New Orleans Saints (from Seattle) 32: New England Patriots

Regular Season Start – 10th September 2015

Regular Season End – 3rd January 2016

Play-Off Season Start – 9th January 2016

Super Bowl 50 – 7th February 2016 – The Levis Stadium, Santa Clara.

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