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2010 Colts Training Camp: Pictures for your Enjoyment

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A busy weekend kept me from posting a few more thoughts from Thursday's night practice, as well as more pictures from Thursday night's practice and Friday morning's walkthrough.  A couple more thoughts:

  • During some of the 11 on 11 drills, Austin Collie beat Deshea Townshend deep on a double move.  It was a great move, and made me smile.
  • I realize Curtis Painter was pretty awful on Saturday, but did make a really nice pass threading the needle to Colin Cloherty on a crossing route against the first team.  I couldn't tell who was covering him, but it was a great play by the offense, rather than a failure by the defense.
  • The last play by the first team offense was a deep crossing route (25-30 yards) to Reggie Wayne, that Peyton Manning put just over the outstretched fingers of Melvin Bullitt.  It was a thing of beauty, and made me immediately think of this play

OK, on to the pictures (half now, half later)...

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Peyton signing autographs.  This one is for the ladies.

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More of Peyton signing before practice.  He was out there at least 45 minutes.

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Larry Coyer is the man, smoking his pipe before practice.

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Wide Receivers getting ready to run routes.

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No joke, Brown pitched this back to Manning.  I hope it's just a drill.

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Defensive Line running drills

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Linebackers and Secondary running drills.  Pat McAfee moonlighting as a QB.

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Offensive Line running drills

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Receivers running deep comeback routes

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Pierre Garçon did make this catch

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Offensive and Defensive Lines doing more work

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Robert Mathis blows Joseph Addai up in the backfield

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7 on 7 drills. This was my favorite part of the practice.