VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer breaks down what the Colts must do to pull the upset as Peyton Manning makes his return to Indianapolis.
- Luck plans to use preseason time wisely Time management. In the simplest terms, that's the key for Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck as he enters his third NFL season.
Colts Camp Blog: Reggie returns
News and notes of interest from Colts Training Camp in Anderson.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 1
VIDEO: The Colts hit the field for their first practice of training camp Thursday, and spirited competition at several positions -- including running back -- is expected.
Colts Camp Day 1: Midday Update
VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer checks in from Anderson University, where the Colts held a morning walk-through in preparation for the first open practice of training camp.
Former BSU star Newsome ready to prove his worth
Jonathan Newsome knows what it feels like to be a spectator at the Indianapolis Colts' training camp. He spent one day in each of the past two summers watching practice alongside his Ball State teammates. When the first public practice of 2014 begins today at 1:50 p.m., Newsome — a fifth-round pick in May's draft — will be on the other side of the fence as a rookie outside linebacker earning his stripes.
- Pagano breakfast sold out A breakfast with Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is sold out, organizers said Wednesday.
- Colts getting healthy as training camp opens Reggie Wayne's arrival Wednesday in an IndyCar driven by two-time Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter Ed Carpenter drew national attention. But the most important news coming out of reporting day for the Indianapolis Colts concerned the wide receiver's health.
Rick Teverbaugh: Finding Anderson no mystery for Luck
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck might find sleep hard to come by the night before training camp opens, but finding his way to Anderson is no source of anxiety.
Colts arrive for training camp
VIDEO: Reggie Wayne's arrival in a two-seat IndyCar driven by Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter Ed Carpenter highlighted Colts players' arrival at Anderson University Wednesday morning.
Wayne arrives in IndyCar for Colts Camp
Ed Carpenter woke up to rain Wednesday morning and briefly worried his big opportunity might be lost. But the two-time Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter's fear proved to be unfounded. He delivered Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne safely to Anderson University at the wheel of a two-seat IndyCar.
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