As the offseason progresses, each possible opportunity to see the team in action or glean some updated information and tidbits is cherished by NFL fans.
The last such opportunity came during the second weekend in May, during rookie minicamp. While the camps are held without pads and their value shouldn't be overstated, there were a few things we learned about the Colts.
This week, the Colts will be beginning their annual organized team activities (OTAs), annually the main source of information prior to training camps in late July and August. The Colts' OTAs will take place on May 20-22, May 28-30 and June 3-6.
Although live contact is not permitted, 7-on-7, 11-on-11 and similar drills are. Meanwhile, quotes from coaches and staff can be informative as well. There are plenty of angles to watch for this year, so what should we expect to see as the team meets?