Packers' offseason marked by missing players at OTAs
From injured QBs to new coaches and players returning from injuries, Keith Kidd takes a look at 10 intriguing franchises this offseason.
Originally Published: June 29, 2006By Keith Kidd | Scouts Inc.
With minicamps and organized team activities winding down, expectations throughout the NFL are slowly starting to heat up. For first-time head coaches, the offseason programs and minicamps are used to implement new systems and evaluate existing personnel. Coaching staffs not only use this time frame to improve their team from a strategic standpoint, but also to acclimate rookie players with veteran teammates.
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