ANDERSON, Ind. —
Injuries took their toll throughout camp — especially along the offensive line where rookies Hugh Thornton and Khaled Holmes worked less than a week each — and the most important goal for the Colts before the Sept. 8 regular season opener against Oakland is getting back to full strength.
Luck said even though the Anderson University portion of preseason practice is ending, his mindset won't change.
"I still view it as training camp, really," he said of the team's upcoming return to its year-round facility in Indianapolis. "Once we start focusing on Oakland, the mental shift might happen there. But until then it's still training camp, it's still that focus."