VIDEO: The Colts are back in action Sunday, traveling to the desert to take on the suddenly surging Arizona Cardinals. Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer breaks down the keys to the game.
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Fans fuel Colts at night practice
Early in Thursday night's practice at Anderson University, Indianapolis Colts tight end Coby Fleener found himself running free behind the defense in 11-on-11 drills.
Colts night practice offers unique experience
It might have technically still been July, but it was looking more and more like football season. And if Thursday night's Indianapolis Colts training camp practice was any indication, the fans are ready.
Rookie Mewhort gets first crack at guard
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano believes no situation is too large for rookie offensive lineman Jack Mewhort. That theory will be thoroughly tested soon.
Colts Camp Day 7: Midday Update
VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer reports from Anderson University, where the Colts received more bad news, announcing that offensive lineman Donald Thomas will miss the entire 2014 season with a quadriceps injury.
Colts Quick Hits: Thursday, July 31
Notes, news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Pagano confirms Colts OL Thomas out for season again
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano confirmed Thursday morning that guard Donald Thomas reinjured his right quad and will have season-ending surgery.
- Kelley leaving Colts after 29 years One of the few remaining links to the early days of the Indianapolis Colts is leaving the team after today following 29 years of service.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 6
The Colts returned to training camp practice at Anderson University on Wednesday and injuries were the hot topic on everyone's mind.
Werner's progress evident at Colts Camp
Bjoern Werner's rookie training camp was rather quiet. The German-born outside linebacker went through individual drills and worked hard in full-team sessions, but he was overwhelmed by all the new information he was processing. And it was holding him back. When the season started, Werner was further set back by a foot injury that cost him three games, and he finished the year with just 2.5 sacks. Then the former Florida State star went to work.
- Rick Teverbaugh: Some folks can't be replaced There were a lot of possible topics as I decided what would lead the list of things that would move me enough to compose today's column.
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