First rule of writing about OTAs:
No one talks about writing about OTAs.
No, that's not right.
The first rule of writing about or discussing NFL OTAs is never make a prediction for what will happen in the regular season based off of OTAs. We still have months and months until the grass (or turf) is even trimmed for the preseason matches, so even if Aaron Rodgers throws eight straight picks in a single scrimmage, we should not take him out of the running for MVP.
The second rule is never to guess about what is happening, and remember to take everything, from scouts' opinions to personnel interviews, with a grain of salt.
So, when I talk about the winners and losers of the Buccaneers' OTAs thus far, I shall cautiously restate what is being said by professionals who are at the activities, or list direct quotes from players.
None of this is definite, so take everything with a grain of salt.
The first rule of offseason OTAs is that no one talks about offseason OTAs.