Opportunity knocks at minicamp

New structure of rookie sessions helps unemployed players make an impression

Originally Published: May 14, 2012
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

The first waves of rookie minicamps were completed over the weekend.

Under the new collective bargaining agreement, each team is permitted one three-day rookie camp, a full minicamp and 10 OTAs (organized team activities). The unique part of the 31 rookie minicamps held over the past two weeks was how they were structured.

Teams can have their drafted rookies, undrafted rookies and players who weren't on the roster long enough last year to gain one year ...

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