Important NFL offseason dates for the Browns in February

The NFL offseason is going to heat up now that the Super Bowl has come and gone. After suffering through a brutal season that began with Super Bowl hype and ended with missing the playoffs, Baker Mayfield and company need to figure things out. Kevin Stefanski will need to turn things around in his first year as an NFL head coach.

Looking ahead at the month of February, there are some very important dates for the Browns to take note of. Fans should know what their team will be doing and when, so we have that information for you.

Let’s dive in and take a look at some of the most important February dates for the Browns to begin the offseason.

Feb. 3

The waiver system begins for the 2020 NFL season.

Feb. 11

Beginning at 12:00 ET, the Browns can sign CFL players whose contracts have expired. CFL players cannot be signed if their contracts have not expired.

Feb. 24–March 2

NFL Scouting Combine takes place in Indianapolis.

Feb. 25

The first day teams can designate Franchise or Transition players.

Stay tuned, Cleveland fans. This offseason could get a bit crazy.

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