Savvy NFL fans know that despite there being no meaningful games in between February and September, the sport doesn't have a true offseason. With the 2014 draft having come and gone, the next stage on the calendar is offseason workouts, and it's time to address the burning questions surrounding them.
Offseason workouts and OTAs (organized team activities) provide an opportunity to glean important information about each NFL team. Rookies jostle for position, veterans fight to hold on to jobs and the mantra of competition is preached early and often. The workouts are especially important for clubs with new head coaches who are installing different systems.
In this column, we'll examine three rookie quarterbacks in their quest to start as greenhorns, discuss the suspensions of two elite players and the fallout for their respective teams, monitor the injury rehab of two long-time NFC East signal-callers and discuss whether there will be a quarterback controversy in Gotham.
Here are the burning questions for NFL offseason workouts.