JACKSONVILLE -- The 2017 NFL Draft is in the rear view, so what's next?
What's next is the rest of the offseason, and the great majority of the Jaguars' voluntary offseason program has yet to take place. Here's a look at the rest of the Jaguars' program:
*Phase 2 of the offseason program. This actually began Monday and will run through the week of May 15-19. This phase can include practices with individual player instruction and drills, but no "live" contact or team offense-versus-defense drills are allowed. This is a step up from Phase 1, a two-week period of conditioning, rehabilitation and meetings that for the Jaguars ended last Friday.
*Rookie minicamp.The Jaguars' 23 rookies – seven drafted players and 16 undrafted free agents – will participate in a two-day minicamp at EverBank Field May 12-13 along with eligible first-year players and an undetermined number of tryout players.
*Phase 3 of the offseason program.This begins May 23 and lasts four weeks through the end of the offseason program. The Jaguars' 10 organized team activities practices are scheduled to be held May 23, May 25-26, May 30, June 1-2, June 5-6 and June 9. No live contact is permitted in OTAs, but teams can hold 7-on-7, 9-on-7 and 11-on-11 work. Rookies and veterans participate in this part of the offseason program. Phase 3 is scheduled to end with a three-day mandatory veteran minicamp June 13-15. The minicamp is the offseason's only mandatory activity.