Herald Bulletin reporter George Bremer checks in from Anderson University with a report on what the Colts had to say following practice Monday morning.
Colts Camp Day 2: Midday Update
Colts breakfast nets $5,400 for Special Olympics
Local residents who heard Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano speak Friday morning contributed more than $5,000 to Special Olympics of Madison County.
Wayne continues to silence doubters
Reggie Wayne claimed he had nothing to prove in his return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. But that hasn't stopped the 35-year-old wide receiver from consistently turning heads during Indianapolis Colts training camp at Anderson University.
McAfee making most of his camp time
Indianapolis Colts punter and special teams maven Pat McAfee had just completed afternoon practice at Anderson University and was waiting for his time to conduct an interview with a media member. Colts linebacker Jerrell Freeman walked past on his way to an interview. McAfee took advantage of the time to shout some encouragement and advice to Freeman.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 8
VIDEO: Coach Chuck Pagano took time Friday morning to thank local Colts fans for their support during his recent battle with cancer.
Colts Quick Hits: Friday, Aug. 1
Notes, news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Pagano thanks local fans for support during cancer battle
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano discussed the first 10 days of training camp this morning during a benefit breakfast, but his main message was how the community supported his family during his battle with cancer in 2012.
Toler sees strong, healthy secondary
Just about every section of the Indianapolis Colts team suffered a key injury in the 2013 season and the defensive backfield was no exception.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 7
VIDEO: The Colts held their lone evening practice of training camp Thursday night, drawing more than 7,000 fans to Macholz Stadium at Anderson University.
Fans fuel Colts at night practice
Early in Thursday night's practice at Anderson University, Colts tight end Coby Fleener found himself running free behind the defense in 11-on-11 drills. Seconds later, a laser-like pass arrived just past his shoulder, and he had a free run to the end zone. A crowd of 7,540 erupted inside Macholtz Stadium, adding a unique energy to the lone evening practice of this year's training camp.
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.
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