ANDERSON, Ind. —
The Colts are celebrating their 30th season in Indiana this year, and Anderson is hosting training camp for the 19th time overall. The franchise trained at AU from its arrival in Indianapolis in 1984 until 1998.
After 11 years in Terre Haute, training camp returned to Anderson in 2010.
Players have until 2 p.m. to report to campus, and word is Reggie Wayne is planning a unique entrance later this afternoon. The veteran wide receiver last year reported to camp in full military fatigues after arriving in a caravan of humvees.
Indianapolis is coming off a surprising 11-5 season that ended with a loss against the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens in AFC Wild Card game. And the players are excited to get back to work.
"The beginning of training camp is a little more focused on the me, or the personal side of things, getting better personally," quarterback Andrew Luck said. "But once those preseason games start hitting and then into the regular season, hopefully we're getting much better as a team."
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