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- Focus centers on O-line after Colts opener The first-team offense looked sharp in its lone drive. The pass rush showed signs of promise. And the running game looked solid in the first half. But the biggest news coming out of the Indianapolis Colts' 13-10 loss Thursday at the New York Jets concerns the health of the offensive line.
Luck sharp in only drive as Colts fall to Jets
Andrew Luck was sharp in one solid, 12-play series with the starters as the Colts fell to the New York Jets 13-10 in the preseason opener for both teams Thursday night.
- Young Colts hope to make good first impression Late in Tuesday's news conference with local media, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was asked about his relationship with New York Jets counterpart Geno Smith. Smith starred at West Virginia University where Luck's father, Oliver, is the athletic director. And the two will meet for the first time as professionals Thursday night when the Colts face the Jets in the preseason opener at MetLife Stadium.
Colts Quick Hits: Wednesday, Aug. 6
Notes, news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Keeping up with the Joneses
Jon Jones may be the youngest UFC light heavyweight champion in history, but that doesn’t carry much weight in wrestling matches between the champ and brothers Arthur and Chandler during the offseason.
Luck operating under usual high expectations
Chuck Pagano has a vision of how he'd like to see the opening drive of Thursday's preseason opener play out. Andrew Luck marches the first team offense through six to eight plays, scores a touchdown and grabs a seat on the bench for the rest of the evening.
Jackson looking forward to 'old-school football'
D'Qwell Jackson was signed by the Indianapolis Colts in part because he fits in with a certain mentality. "I'll take any dose of that old-school football I can," Jackson said Tuesday afternoon, finding a corner of shade inside the interview tent at Anderson University.
Colts Quick Hits: Tuesday, Aug. 5
Notes,news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
Here comes the Boom
In Vick Ballard's absence, running back Daniel "Boom" Herron finds himself at No. 3 on the unofficial depth chart, released Monday ahead of Thursday's preseason game with the New York Jets. The back is tackling his role — and the first team snaps that have come with it — head on.
Richardson not running from skeptics
Trent Richardson won't hide in the shadows. The beleaguered running back knows he didn't live up to expectations after the Indianapolis Colts traded a first-round pick to the Cleveland Browns for his services last September. But he stood tall in front of the microphones, cameras and recorders Monday afternoon at Anderson University and made it clear nobody's expectations could be higher than his own.
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