Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys headline OTAs this week

Twenty NFL teams will take to the practice field for organized team activities Tuesday while another eight teams will begin Wednesday.

NFL Network's "Total Access" will have live updates at 7 p.m. ET from Jeff Darlington covering the Miami Dolphins, Michelle Beisner dishing on the San Diego Chargers and Aditi Kinkhabwala reporting on the Atlanta Falcons.

• The Detroit Lions will hit the practice field with more interest off of it after defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested over the weekend for the second time this offseason. Also, will Titus Young be allowed back to the Lions facility?

Dallas Cowboys defensive back Orlando Scandrickisn't happy about the possibility of becoming a hybrid cornerback/safety.

• The Chicago Bears' offense may look a lot like the Minnesota Vikings when Dante Culpepper was throwing passes to Randy Moss.

• Lamar Woodley said the Pittsburgh Steelers are motivated from last year's playoff defeat to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos, a team the linebacker said the Steelers "had no business losing to." Also, Steve McLendon could be the top candidate to start on the defensive line.

Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer looks forward to expanding the team's playbook with a full slate of offseason workouts.

Only four teams won't be in action during the week: Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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