The Steelers begin their second round of OTAs on Tuesday and could have quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back on the field this week.
Roethlisberger recently completed his league-mandated behavioral evaluation and it's now in the hands of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell whether or not the QB can resume workouts with his teammates.
If Goodell is satisfied with the results of the evaluation, he can allow Roethlisberger to practice now and throughout training camp until he must begin serving his 4 to 6-game suspension at the beginning of the regular season.
The Steelers have been off the past two weeks following their mini-camp.
Roethlisberger was with the first-team offense during their first OTA practices in April, prior to his suspension by Goodell.
When he returns to practice, that will likely change as the Steelera attempt to sort out their quarterback position heading into training camp.