The 2013 NFL draft is done, and the long wait has begun. There will be some more free agents signed and some roster moves here and there, but by and large, we've entered the really boring portion of the NFL offseason. NFL teams themselves are surely working around the clock on making sure things are in place for next season, but for fans, time is basically standing still.
Fortunately, with the newfangled Internets and Twitters these days, things like minicamps and other organized team activities have become a point of focus in the long and boring offseason. Whenever a player makes a big catch in practice or something interesting happens, there's often a beat writer on hand to tweet it out, and that makes the offseason just a little bit easier to sit through while all the other sports that wish they were football play out.
Back on April 30, CBS Sports posted the full schedule for offseason workouts and other OTAs, most of which can be found on team websites as well. We've got them all below. Many rookie minicamps began on Friday, and others will be getting started soon, with teams getting to their mandatory minicamps in June.