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Buccaneers offseason workouts, mini-camp, OTA dates

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the NFL announced their offseason workout schedule last week. So here it is.

Monday, April 20 - Sunday, May 3

Buccaneers start their voluntary offseason workout program with phase one: strength, conditioning and rehab. No on-field coaching, no supervision by coaches who are not strength and conditioning coaches. No footballs, except quarterbacks can throw to uncovered receivers. No helmets. Lasts two weeks.

Monday, May 4 - Sunday, May 25

Phase two: on-field workouts and drills. No live contact, no offense vs. defense drills, individually or as teams. No helmets.

Monday, May 26 - Sunday, June 14

Phase three: OTAs. Ten total OTA days. Three days in each of the first two weeks (May 26-28 and June 2-4) , four days in the third week (June 8-11). No live contact, no one-on-one offense vs. defense drills. Team offense vs. team defense drills are allowed. Helmets are allowed, shells are not allowed.

June 16-18

Mandatory minicamp. Physicals on Monday, no other workouts on that day. Two-a-day practices allowed on two of three days. 3.5 hours on-field work per day, maximum. 2.5 hours per practice, maxmimum. Second practice in one day is a walk-through. No shells.

In addition to this, the Bucs will also hold a rookie minicamp which was not announced. It will presumably happen the weekend after the draft: Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10.