As we march on toward July, a lot of scenarios are being thrown about how the lockout will end.
Shortened training camp, mini, mini-camps, a one-week long free agent period are all being bandied about.
Truth is, nobody knows how or when the lockout will end - save that the owners aren't going to want to start dropping preseason games.
Coaches figure they'll need at least two weeks to get ready to play the regular season. As I've stated before, that largely benefits veteran teams such as the Steelers.
There's not going to be a lot of turnover in the lineup and the system is staying the same.
Regardless of how things work out, this season promises to be one of the most interesting in recent years.