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AFCE Offseason Workouts

AFCE Offseason Workouts
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Below are the offseason schedules for the AFCE teams:



First Day: April 22

OTA Offseason Workouts: May 28-30, June 2, June 4-5, June 9-12

Mandatory Minicamp: June 17-19



First Day: April 21

OTA Offseason Workouts: May 27-28, May 30, June 2-3, June 5, June 9-12

Mandatory Minicamp: June 17-19

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First Day: April 21

OTA Offseason Workouts: May 27, May 29-30, June 2-3, June 5, June 9-10, June 12-13

Mandatory Minicamp: June 17-19




First Day: April 21

OTA Offseason Workouts: May 27-28, May 30, June 2, June 4-5, June 9-12

Mandatory Minicamp: June 17-19

Not much variation between the teams schedules other than a day or two here and there. Technically no one needs to report until June 17th. Although everyone should be in attendance for all offseason activities with the exception of newly acquired Buffalo Bill LB Brandon Spikes, he’ll be in Jamaica “filming” and becoming a cover LB.

The OTAs begin about 2 weeks after the 2014 NFL draft and will allow teams to assess what holes are remaining prior to training camp beginning in late July or early August.  For some teams this will also allow players a chance to get acquainted with new position coaches.

A typical OTA practice will include meetings, special teams work, individual drills, 7-on-7s, 11-on-11s and some heavy weight training work. These workouts and practices will be more important for the younger players, all teams in the AFCE will have very young squads, particularly the Jets and Patriots. Jets will be coming off a draft in which they currently have 12 draft picks and the Patriots will have a squad with several UDFA/Rookies from both 2013 and 2014 that have seen either very little or no playing time in the NFL. During this time is when these roster long-shots need to make their presence known.

Mandatory Minicamp will have a much more preseason feel, starters will begin to slowly get reps and reserves will be pushed into the background. After minicamp, the players have about one more month and it’s back to the NFL grind.


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