The majority of NFL teams held their only three-day mandatory minicamps of the offseason this week. And the majority of those teams are now done with football until late July.
Before that happens, let's look back on what we learned at minicamps this week:
In other battles:
A) No one has been eliminated in the Seattle Seahawks' three-way quarterback bloodbath.
B) Colin Kaepernick appears to be losing ground with the San Francisco 49ers.
C) Kevin Kolb and John Skelton remain neck and neck, which isn't sitting well with the Arizona Cardinals faithful.
D) Two cousins. One starting Philadelphia Eagles job.
- We won't see Detroit Lions running back Mikel Leshoure in the regular season until Week 3. But he did finally get back to practice after tearing his Achilles as a rookie. We still don't know how much time his teammate, Nick Fairley, will miss, but the Lions insist the big man is headed for a breakout year.
- If we were guessing whose contract standoff would last the longest, we'd roll with Maurice Jones-Drew.
Not bad for three days. We have a handful of minicamps next week, and then we'll just have to start making up stories.