The end of organized team activities (OTAs) marks the beginning of the end of the offseason. Gone are the voluntary workouts and so will be revealed the true progress of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under head coach Lovie Smith.
OTAs offered but a taste of what is to come from the Bucs this season. They also provided some insight as to the storylines to watch heading into training camp.
Obviously the biggest storylines lay where there is most uncertainty. There are number of positions on the Bucs roster that have yet to be won.
Injuries will also play a prominent role through training camp, as players who can't make it on the field will miss invaluable reps necessary to acclimate to Smith's new schemes.
The Bucs began their mandatory minicamp this week, teasing Bucs fans with the promise of a new era under Smith.
Here are the five biggest issues facing the Buccaneers following OTAs.