A bunch of guys running around in shorts and shells doing non-contact drills doesn't seem all that important for sport that involves, well, contact. But still, some can be learned from OTAs.
NFL teams have started their "organized team activities" and the Steelers are no different. There will be rookie hazing and good fun all around. Some veterans will show up, some won't. All in all, it's a better time for young guys to shine and borderline players to make their names known.
With plenty of questions surrounding the Steelers in 2013, here's five things we've learned from the Steelers OTAs.