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Former Colt Ben Utecht fears future with brain damage
Former NFL tight end Ben Utecht told a Senate hearing Wednesday that he fears where his history of brain injuries will leave him in the future.
Highland's Dixon-Tatum gets look from Pacers
Asauhn Dixon-Tatum paused during a cellphone interview Monday evening from Indianapolis International Airport to take stock of his busy day. "It felt amazing," he said. "It was great to actually be out on the court." The Highland High School graduate and Auburn University standout spent the early afternoon at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, working out with about a half-dozen other players as the Indiana Pacers wrap up preparations for Thursday's NBA Draft.
- Colts announce camp slate for AU The Indianapolis Colts released their full 2014 training camp schedule Monday, confirming the team will report to Anderson University on July 23. Practice begins July 24 with 16 sessions open to the public by the time camp breaks on Aug. 13.
What is a slur? Redskins case forces us to decide
Something is happening just beneath the fight over the name of a certain Washington, D.C., pro football team: America is working through the process of determining what is — or is not — racially offensive.
- Colts Notebook: Pagano wants players to focus on 'the hunt' Rookie kicker Cody Parkey officially brought the Indianapolis Colts' three-day mandatory minicamp to an end Thursday afternoon with a long field goal at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. The kick to abbreviate the last practice of any camp has become a tradition under head coach Chuck Pagano. Many of the team's veterans got an even earlier respite this time around, being dismissed following the morning meetings.
- Wayne serves notice he's ready for camp Most of the Indianapolis Colts' veterans got a day off Thursday as the team completed a three-day mandatory minicamp. But Reggie Wayne was a whirling dervish of activity in the locker room. Shortly after he completed his daily rehab routine, the 35-year-old wide receiver dressed in his full home uniform and raced to a photo shoot with the team's marketing department.
- Colts Notebook: Grigson not sweating Landry's absence LaRon Landry breezed through the Indianapolis Colts locker room Wednesday, declining to speak with reporters. The veteran safety was missing from the practice field for the second consecutive day, but general manager Ryan Grigson said there's no need to worry.
- Retiring Clark shares emotional farewell with Colts As a player at Clemson, Dwayne Allen watched the Indianapolis Colts call reverses for tight end Dallas Clark and needled his own coaching staff about incorporating a similar play into the game plan. Now, he joked, he might have to take the matter up with Colts offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton.
- Colts Notebook: New safety Adams up for a challenge Mike Adams chose to come to Indianapolis precisely because he wasn't promised anything.
- Luck's beautiful mind key to Colts' attack Andrew Luck recently ran through a checklist of areas in which the Indianapolis Colts' offense can improve in 2014. Situational football — red-zone, third-down and two-minute offense — all areas in which the Colts finished at or near the middle of the NFL last season. And, of course, the third-year quarterback places the responsibility for improving those numbers on his own shoulders. Even if there's no single number he can point to by which to gauge his progress.|INDIANAPOLIS — Andrew Luck recently ran through a checklist of areas in which the Indianapolis Colts' offense can improve in 2014. Situational football — red-zone, third-down and two-minute offense — all areas in which the Colts finished at or near t
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