Now that the NFL draft is over, the league slows down until training camps start in late-August.
As a football fan, the time between the draft and training camp can be excruciating with most news involving off-the-field trouble, such as Titus Young's three-peat arrest last week.
As writers, most of the summer will be spent reviewing film, crunching stats and doing more long-form analysis. It's a great time to buckle down and study larger trends without worrying about next week's game.
However, there are a few opportunities for news and notes, as inconsequential as they may be at this point in the offseason. One of those times comes in rookie minicamps, where rookie draft picks, undrafted free-agent signings and tryout invites gather at team complexes to give coaches their first impression of the rookie talent.
The Colts' rookie minicamp took place from Friday through Sunday, May 10-12. Although the drills among other rookies without pads aren't the most informative sessions, they still can give us an early glimpse into what is happening in Indianapolis.