GREEN BAY – The Packers' offseason program is slated to begin a week from today, on Monday, April 8.
Due to having a new head coach in Matt LaFleur, the Packers get an extra week of offseason workouts, with an additional voluntary minicamp for veterans prior to the draft.
That minicamp will be held from April 23-25 after the first two-week phase of the offseason program, which focuses solely on strength and conditioning, is complete.
The second phase will cover the first three weeks of May and can include individual player instruction and drills, along with group practices, but no offense vs. defense drills are permitted.
The third phase will feature three weeks of organized team activities, or OTAs, followed by a concluding mandatory minicamp. Offense vs. defense drills are allowed, but no live contact.
The Packers are slated to conduct their 10 OTA workouts between May 20 and June 6, with the mandatory minicamp scheduled for June 11-13.
- First day: April 8
- Voluntary minicamp: April 23-25
- OTA workouts: May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 3-6
- Mandatory minicamp: June 11-13