The Patriots have their second full week of voluntary organized team activities and quarterback Tom Brady and receiver Randy Moss are among the veterans who are in town to participate.
Last week's organized team activities were for rookies and players new to the team's system. With veterans like Brady and Moss joining in this week, it adds a different dynamic to the workouts.
For Brady, this should mark his most extensive work throwing to some of his new targets, such as veteran receiver Torry Holt and tight ends Alge Crumpler, Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. With Brady spending most of his offseason in California to be closer to his kids, he will look to maximize this time with his new receivers.
The Patriots have four sessions scheduled this week, starting today and running through Friday. Media members will have access to Wednesday's OTA (starting at 11 a.m.).
The OTA work leads up to the team's lone mandatory minicamp, which is scheduled for June 15-17.