Couple of highlights out of the CFL's CBA that cover Training Camp. Let's shed a little light on the League! In a 19 week CFL season like the one we have in 2012 the CFL season can only last 175 days from the first day of training camp to the Grey Cup. Training Camps can't open any earlier than 28 days before the first scheduled CFL game. QBs are allowed to report the Monday before training camp opens but it is completely at their option to their involvement. Rookies and Veterans must be tested at separate times. 2 a day practices can only happen during the first 12 days of camp and must not start before 8:30am. Each practice can only last 2.5 hrs. During 2 a days, meetings are capped at a maximum of 3 hours. Training Camp roster is a minimum of 68 players signed to a standard contract and a maximum of 75 players. Players that are non-counters for Training Camp are: Players selected in the current year Canadian Draft, and (ii) Players selected in a previous year’s Canadian Draft by the Member Club that have never attended a professional training camp in Canada or elsewhere, and (iii) Junior players not under contract, and (iv) Two additional undrafted Non-import Players comprised of either: (A) A Player who was eligible for the current or the previous years’ C.F.L. Draft, or (B) A C.J.F.L. Player whose junior eligibility had terminated in the previous C.J.F.L. season. (v) A non-import quarterback who is playing and participating in training camp at the quarterback position. In addition teams can have 2 Veteran players at camp that are rehabbing injuries from the previous year or obtained over the off season (surgery), however they cannot participate in practices until they are medically cleared.