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For most NFL teams OTAs begin next week, but not Seahawks

May 19th, 2017 at 5:20 PM
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The NFL offseason doesn’t just feel long. It is long. At least seven and a half months long, which makes it about twice as long as the actual three- or four-month football season. Not like those other sports, baseball or basketball, that seem to take only a few short months off before embarking another eight- or nine-month sojourn. Instead there comes a timeâ??around now, in the intertropical middle of the itâ??when you’re already a full football season since football season but still another football season until football season.

Depending on if you count from when the Seattle Seahawks were eliminated, or from the end of the Super Bowl, that precise halfway point in the offseason passed either a week ago, or is coming up this weekend. Like the days getting shorter after the summer solstice, the good news now is there will continue to be fewer days til football than football-less days gone by. So there’s finally football on the horizon, and for most NFL clubs this transition is met with a brief return to the practice field for organized team activities. The Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Chargers already started their workouts

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Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, Justin Britt, Los Angeles Chargers, Luke Joeckel, Seattle Seahawks

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