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.
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.