VIDEO: The Colts travel to Jacksonville Sunday for their first divisional matchup of the 2013 season, and Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer offers some of his keys to the game.
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Notes,news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Versatility personified: Thomas tries to recapture '13 start
With the rash of injuries a year ago among the offensive skill players for the Indianapolis Colts, some might have forgotten the excellent start by guard Donald Thomas.
Enjoy football, save lives
Nine Indianapolis Colts fans attending practice at Anderson University saved 27 lives on Friday. That's good, of course, but if 15 more fans had taken a few minutes out of their afternoon to donate blood, 72 lives could have been saved, said Julie Gordon of the Indiana Blood Center.
Mathis getting lighter workload as Colts get creative
Robert Mathis is caught in an interesting predicament. The veteran outside linebacker finds himself preparing as hard as he can to play a football season that he will watch for the first month on television. That's the result of a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy, and it means fans will see less of the league's reigning sack champion on the practice field.
Ballard carted off practice field
The first scary moment of Indianapolis Colts training camp came Friday afternoon courtesy of running back Vick Ballard. The former Mississippi State star went to the ground early in the public practice after catching an undefended pass in individual drills.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 2
VIDEO: With linebacker Robert Mathis facing a league-mandated four-game suspension to start the season, the Colts continued practice Friday at Anderson University with an emphasis on building depth along the offensive and defensive lines.
Healthy Thornton 'having a blast' at Colts Camp
Hugh Thornton is making up for lost time. After missing the majority of training camp with an injured ankle as a rookie last summer, the offensive lineman reported a day early to Anderson University this week.
- CB Darius Butler holds tight to No. 20 The number 20 has grown to mean something to Darius Butler. The former second-round pick was running out of chances when the Indianapolis Colts signed him during the 2012 season. Eleven starts and eight interceptions later, he’s ingrained as the team’s slot cornerback — working under the final season of a two-year, $4 million deal.
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Notes, news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Colts Camp Day 2: Midday Update
VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer checks in from Anderson University, where the Colts' defensive line is in the spotlight, with several players expected to step up to fill the shoes of Robert Mathis during his four-game suspension to start the season.
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