Yes, we are nearing the quiet period of the NFL calendar.
But we aren’t there yet.
All 32 teams will hold multiple days of organized team activities (OTAs) this week. The drills are non-contact affairs, and players can’t wear shoulder pads, but that doesn’t mean there is not a risk of injury, as the Cowboys unfortunately were reminded of last week.
In all, this is a key work week for teams. The vast majority of clubs are in at least their second week of OTAs. Though it’s tough to read too much into offseason workout performance, it will be interesting to see if any teams are praised for being especially sharp — or panned for being particularly sloppy.
Such is football watching in June.