The Cincinnati Bengals will kickoff their second week of OTAs on Tuesday, the final three-day offseason program with a four-day session next week (June 4-7), capped by the mandatory veteran minicamp in mid-June (June 12-14).
As per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, teams are only allowed ten days of organized team practice activity, with a maximum of three per week for the first two weeks. That increases to four days during the third week with a mandatory veteran minicamp to be held during the fourth and final week of the offseason workout program.
That being said don't expect players to win or lose jobs this weekend. For one thing contact is not allowed, nor are one-on-one drills. Still. Coaches will coach and much of the OTA's benefit is reflected on the rookies becoming acclimated to the speed of the game, learning the playbooks and veterans working on technique and rehashing their overall knowledge of the system.