OTAs will feature some group work between the offense and defense, including 9-on-7, 7-on-7 and full team drills. The players will not be in pads and there is no contact permitted at these workouts.
The team has designated three dates (May 30, June 5 and 12) as open to the media and Patriots.com will be there to chronicle the happenings at Gillette Stadium. Mini-camp is also closed to the public but open to the media, and we’ll be on hand for all three days of activity then as well.
The end of mini-camp concludes the offseason program and the players will then get a few weeks to prepare for training camp, which will kick off at the end of July.