Now that the draft is over, the Green Bay Packers can turn their full attention to organized team activities. Rookie tryouts have taken place, and the next items on the agenda are OTAs and minicamp activities which start on May 29.
What's often so exciting about OTAs is seeing rookies and how young players have developed. This also gives us a steady stream of news about players who will help determine the overall depth chart for the Packers.
Let's take a look at player reports that have been coming out the past few weeks and analyze what they might mean.