Good news for fans of the three-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots: Veterans Tom Brady and Randy Moss made an appearance at the team's voluntary OTAs on Tuesday.
After being absent earlier in the offseason while spending time with his wife and son in Los Angeles, Brady arrived to work with his new and old playmakers at wide receiver and tight end. On Monday, Moss told the Boston Herald that he had no intention of being disruptive this year in the Patriots' locker room.
Moss, of course, is in the final year of his contract and doesn't figure to be in the team's long term plans past this season. By showing up to the voluntary workout on Tuesday, Moss took the first step towards proving those words aren't just lip service.
The Patriots will conduct three more days of sessions this week and four days of practices next week.
Check back here and at Pats Pulpit for more updates from OTAs.