For more than three-quarters of the NFL’s clubs, the work week begins anew on Tuesday.
Twenty-five clubs begin or resume organized team activities (OTAs) on Tuesday, with the Bears, Bengals, Browns, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Chargers, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Falcons, 49ers, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, Panthers, Patriots, Raiders, Redskins, Saints, Seahawks, Steelers, Texans and Titans the teams getting back to work one day after Memorial Day.
Six other teams — the Bills, Broncos, Giants, Packers, Ravens and Vikings — begin or resume OTAs on Wednesday.
The Rams are the only team not holding OTAs this week. They begin organized team activities on Tuesday, June 3.
OTAs are practices in which no live contact can occur. While 11-on-11 practice work is allowed, one-on-one drills are not allowed. Players cannot work for longer than six hours, and practices are limited to two hours, with coaches able to provide instruction. OTAs are voluntary.