ANDERSON, Ind. —
The Indianapolis Colts began their third and final week of training camp Monday at Anderson University.
The team worked out for about 90 minutes in front of an estimated crowd of 2,000. The session was held in shorts and helmets, and it concluded with a series of hurry-up drills.
Curtis Painter and Dan Orlovsky each managed to drive the offense — which has switched to blue jerseys from the white they wore the first two weeks — into field-goal range. The drives started on the offense’s 30-yard line, and the team had just 35 seconds on the game clock.
Punter Pat McAfee kicked field goals of 56 and 57 yards to end each drive, respectively.
The Colts did announce one roster move before the afternoon practice, waiving former Ball State quarterback Nate Davis.
Head coach Jim Caldwell said this year’s camp is flying by.
“It closes in on you quickly,” he said. “I mean, it really does. Looking back, and two weeks have gone by. We’re in our third week, and we’re out of camp on Thursday. But the way I look at it is, we’ve got a whole lot of work to do in a short period of time. But the guys are working hard at it.”
Indianapolis returns to the practice field at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
The Colts will cap the day with their final night practice of camp. The workout, scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. at Macholtz Stadium, will be followed by fireworks.