Twenty-nine NFL teams holding OTAs this week

AP

In news that will no doubt please NFL fans eager for the regular season to just get here already, the vast majority of teams will be holding on-field workouts this week.

The 29 teams slated to conduct organized team practice activities (OTAs) are the Bears, Bengals, Bills, Broncos, Browns, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Chargers, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, 49ers, Giants, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, Packers, Panthers, Patriots, Raiders, Rams, Ravens, Redskins, Saints, Seahawks, Steelers and Texans.

Only the Falcons, Titans and Vikings do not have any official voluntary workouts scheduled for this week. Those three teams will all conduct OTAs in the week after Memorial Day, however.

Here’s a primer on OTA rules for those needing to polish up on the guidelines that teams must follow during these workouts. Also, for specific workout dates for all 32 teams, check out PFT’s offseason workout schedule.

12 responses to “Twenty-nine NFL teams holding OTAs this week

  1. We had to suffer through that whole lockout, and all the players got was the right to practice less. You think the owners really care about that?

  2. If anybody can find a way to comment on this story, I’ll give you five bucks.

  3. Wonder how many get in trouble over holiday? None of them will be TENN, ATL, or MN. I call it smart planning.

  4. I think you could have simply stated the 3 teams that are NOT holding OTAs this week instead of naming all 29 that are.

  5. I personally look forward to OTA’s not cause I watch them or anything. But to me that is the start of season we had FA come and go. The draft has been done,so now we get to read every night about how are new additions are doing. Us as fans can start projecting are 53 man rosters its just very exciting.

  6. I heard new england cancelled OTA’s on the pats because they heard about the diabetes

  7. The trees are green in the background, he’s wearing a crownless visor, the sun is shining, but Belichick has still got a sweatshirt hoodie on. With the millions he’s dragged out of Kraft, you’d think he could’ve expanded his wardrobe a tad.

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