BACK ON THE FIELD: This week is the first time the Colts can get back on the practice field this offseason. But the team is extremely limited in what it can do.
Players are allowed to work in individual position groups, but common drills such as 7-on-7 passing sessions — with receivers running routes against defensive backs — will have to wait a couple more weeks.
Still, veteran safety Antoine Bethea said, there’s plenty to accomplish this week.
“It’s really important to have everybody here, building chemistry offensively, defensively, special teams,” Bethea said. “Everybody getting comfortable with the playbook so when training camp comes around (in late July), we can just run right into it.”