Six NFL teams open minicamp Tuesday, which marks the beginning of the end to their pre-training camp workouts.
The teams include:
Minicamps mark the first time this offseason that attendance is mandatory and players can be fined for skipping. Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, players are subject to fines starting at $10,000 for the first missed day and can total up to $60,000 for missing the entire minicamp. (Note: Franchise-tagged players who have not signed their tenders, like Demaryius Thomas, aren't subject to fines.)
Teams can hold two practices on two of the three minicamp days, but one must be a walkthrough, no on-field session can last longer than 2.5 hours and players can't be on the field more than 3.5 hours in one day.
There is a bevy of storylines for each of the six teams that we will be tracking over the course of this week.
We'll track these and many, many, many more developments as minicamps unfold. Be sure to tune into NFL Network today at 4 p.m. ET for updates on all of today's minicamp news.