Colts Quick Hits: Aug. 13
News and notes from Colts training camp at Anderson University
- Colts rookie Kerr not satisfied, not yet As an undrafted free agent rookie out of Delaware, Colts nose tackle Zach Kerr came into training camp knowing he had to prove himself worthy of a spot on the Indianapolis roster.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 18
Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne feels like he's ready to take the field against the Giants on Saturday. But he may have to do battle with head coach Chuck Pagano to see the field. Could he take coach in a fight?
Wayne making most of every moment in comeback
Reggie Wayne had a surprise visitor during his media session Tuesday at Anderson University. And Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano just couldn't resist asking his wide receiver a few questions.
Bradshaw ready to test neck
Ahmad Bradshaw isn't certain whether he'll make his preseason debut Saturday against his former team, the New York Giants. But the veteran running back firmly believes he will be ready to roll when the regular season opens Sept. 7 at the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos.
Colts Camp Day 18: Midday Update
Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer checks in from the last morning walk-through at Colts Camp with a little insight into the "showdown" between Reggie Wayne and coach Chuck Pagano.
Colts Camp Update: Practices winding down at AU
Training camp is winding to a close at Anderson University, as evidenced by the vast moving trucks carrying away tents and equipment.
Colts Quick Hits: Tuesday, Aug. 12
Notes, news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Muamba making strong transition from CFL
It was nearly impossible to miss Henoc Muamba on the field in last week's preseason opener. The former Canadian Football League star led the Indianapolis Colts with 11 tackles, including nine solo stops, and also forced a fumble. Just as importantly, he was always around the ball — showing off the instincts and athleticism that made him a highly sought-after free agent in February.
Herron making case for roster spot
It's been awhile since Dan Herron answered only to his given name. The Indianapolis Colts' most recent preseason star began playing football at age 7 and showed an early proclivity for contact. A nickname — Boom — was born, and he's been living up to it ever since.
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