The NFL's organized team activities—or OTAs—have officially begun, and as some players report to their respective teams, a number of others have already impressed during workouts.
With the season still a few months away, OTAs are a good time for seasoned players to get accustomed to their new teams and for rookies to get acclimated to the NFL. The practices aren't intense, but they're a good way for players to get back into the swing of things before training camp.
Still, just because these practices are less physical than training camp doesn't mean injuries don't occur. In fact, according to Todd Archer from ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys already lost middle linebacker Sean Lee to a torn ACL.
It's difficult to determine too much from OTAs, but some players have already been noticed by teammates, coaches, executives or even members of the media for what they've done either on or off the field.
We'll take a look at one player in particular for each team.