Offseason Madness: Five Bizarre Things We’ve Learned From NFL OTAs

June 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While Jets head coach Rex Ryan has been busy getting chummy with his MLB New York neighbors (and possibly farting on live TV, if you believe some New York radio personalities), NFL teams have been "hard" at work with Organized Team Activities. The NFL allows each team a maximum of 14 OTA workouts each off-season, and those days are winding down quickly. Nine teams will exhaust their OTA allotment this weekend, and the remaining two dozen will do so sometime in the next 15 days. While there are limits to what teams can do in their OTA's (no contact, no pads, time limits, etc.) you can still learn a lot about the state of the league’s franchises. So what have we learned so far this offseason? Here are five topics, good and bad, that will be discussed six ways from Sunday between now and the start of training camp in mid-July. Begin Slideshow

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