Colts Camp 2014: Day 17
VIDEO: The Colts dodged the rain Monday to get in their 14th day of practice during training camp at Anderson University. Coach Chuck Pagano and players talked about the benefits of focusing on football away from home.
Studebaker serves as Colts 'ace in the hole'
Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky had high praise for outside linebacker Andy Studebaker on Sunday, following Studebaker's seven-tackle performance in Thursday's preseason game against the New York Jets.
Luck backs big guys up front
Whether Jonotthan Harrison or Jack Mewhort starts Saturday's second preseason game for the Indianapolis Colts, third-year quarterback Andrew Luck will be playing with the fourth starting center of his career.
Colts Camp 2014: Day 16
VIDEO: Training camp continued Sunday with an emphasis on the team's offense and its ability to control the tempo of games with the no-huddle offense, as evidenced by the starters' first drive in the preseason opener against the New York Jets.
Irsay gives five charities $10,000 checks
On the first Saturday of Colts training camp at Anderson University, Colts owner Jim Irsay was handing out $100 bills to fans. On Sunday, as the close of the team's 20th camp in Anderson neared, Irsay was again in a giving mood.
Every year a big year for Davis
It was a big offseason for Vontae Davis, who received a new four-year, $36 million contract to return to the Indianapolis Colts just before he was scheduled to hit the open market. But the sixth-year cornerback is feeling no additional pressure to perform to the level of his compensation.
Colts Camp Day 16: Midday Update
VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer checks in from Anderson University, where the Colts' desire to dictate game tempo on offense is a focus on Sunday.
Colts Camp: Bradshaw still in the red
For the second straight day, Ahmad Bradshaw is wearing a non-contact red jersey at Indianapolis Colts training camp. The veteran running back was one of 10 players who did not travel to Thursday's preseason opener against the New York Jets and missed the final 13 games last season with a neck injury.
OLB Hunt back home again on football field
On Monday, Phillip Hunt was sitting on his couch and considering his football mortality. By Thursday night, he was playing in the fourth quarter of an exhibition game against the New York Jets. And on Saturday, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said the outside linebacker could have a future with his team.
Competition remains mantra for offensive line
Head coach Chuck Pagano has been preaching all summer that the Indianapolis Colts’ depth chart is written in pencil, not ink. Competition has been ingrained throughout the offseason and training camp. So the current shuffling because of injuries along the offensive line isn’t causing the same kind of panic internally as it is on the outside.
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