Organized team activities are coming to a close this week around the NFL for six teams, while 26 teams have already completed theirs.
OTAs, which are voluntary but most veterans and rookies typically participate in, are just one early piece of the summer training schedule for NFL players. They will be followed (or already have been followed) by mandatory minicamp, before players get a break until training camps begin in late July.
Nonetheless, OTAs have begun to give each team's followers an idea of which players may be in line for new roles and/or increased playing time this fall.
They have also brought light to injuries players are dealing with, how rookies will fit in alongside veterans and how teams may be experimenting with new schematics for the 2013 season.
Let's take a look at one revelation that has emerged from each team's OTAs thus far.