The Facts: Eifert said Tuesday he's taking more notes than usual as he gets up to speed with coach Zac Taylor's offense. And he's essentially participating full-go during offseason workouts ahead of next week's OTA practice and next month's mandatory minicamp. "I'm doing pretty much everything," said Eifert, who underwent surgery in October to repair a gruesome broken ankle. "There's a couple things here and there but for the most part it's all doing everything with the guys."
Diehards Line:Eifert signed a one-year contract this offseason. If healthy, he should be the best pass-catching option in a position unit that includes balanced veteran C.J. Uzomah and second-round draft pick Drew Sample. Eifert said his goals include arriving at July training camp healthy and committing Taylor's offense to memory. "There's a lot of detail, a lot of little things that make a difference," Eifert said. "Just making sure you have those drilled in your head so you don't have to think about them and can go out there and play fast." Worth noting, Sample's early efforts have been impressive enough for observers to suggest he'll be ready to make an immediate contribution as a blocker allowing Taylor to maximize Eifert's unique talents in the passing attack to greater effect. It's something worth watching.