Thursday’s edition included an interview with Sports Illustrated senior NFL writer Peter King in which he talked about the USO’s involvement in his preseason training camp tour. King is riding a bus provided by the USO, but all costs associated with his cross-country trip are being paid by Sports Illustrated. The Herald Bulletin apologizes for any confusion.
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Colts linebacker Philip Wheeler was back in Anderson on Tuesday for the first time since training camp closed on Aug. 18.
And he said the team is looking forward to Sunday’s home opener against Cleveland, coming on the heels of a 34-7 loss in Houston.
Colts break camp
As the team broke ranks and prepared to return to Indianapolis for today’s preseason game against the Washington Redskins, there was still no word on when Peyton Manning will make his season debut.
Stay at AU brings ‘brothers’ together
For punter Pat McAfee there was just one little thing missing from Indianapolis Colts Training Camp this year.
“My bed, not even a question. I love my bed. I enjoy Anderson University, obviously, but I’ve taken time on my bed to make it perfect for me and that’s what I’m excited to get back to,” McAfee said after the Colts’ final practice at AU on Thursday. “If I could have brought it here, which is what I should’ve done and what some vets do, it would have been a perfect experience.”
Detienne sends team back to Indianapolis
A face familiar to Anderson football fans joined the Indianapolis Colts final huddle Thursday morning at Macholtz Stadium.
Kerry Detienne, who was diagnosed with leukemia as a Highland senior in 2008, broke down the huddle and helped send the team on its way back home to Indianapolis.
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Brayton hits ground running with Colts
Defensive lineman Tyler Brayton got something of a rough introduction to the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday night.
Colts wrap up training camp
The Indianapolis Colts broke training camp Thursday with a 75-minute practice at Macholtz Stadium.
Colts shuffle O-line
One of the more interesting developments from Tuesday night’s practice was a shifting of positions along the offensive line.
Rookie Anthony Castonzo and second-year player Joe Reitz were to the left of center Jeff Saturday, while Jeff Linkenbach was at right tackle with Ryan Diem at right guard.
The biggest shock was Diem’s move from tackle to guard — a position he hasn’t played in nine years.
Rick Teverbaugh: So long but not farewell
If you’re heading out to the final Indianapolis Colts practice and it isn’t your first visit this year, be prepared for a bit of culture shock.
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