Today marks the main attraction of the Indianapolis Colts' 2016 offseason program: their open practice at Lucas Oil Stadium in front of fans.
Every other session of OTAs has been closed to the public, but today fans will get their first chance to see the 2016 Colts in action. The team is in the midst of a three-day mandatory mini-camp that will conclude their offseason program, and Wednesday's practice will be the second of three.
For fans, it's a fun-filled day including more than just practice. The doors of Lucas Oil Stadium will open at 2 p.m. ET, after which fans can enjoy on-field activities, discounted concessions, and much more. Then at 5:30, the Colts will take the field for a practice (again - it's a practice, not a game), and at 8 p.m. the Lego Movie will be shown on the jumbotrons while fans will be able to sit on the field and watch it.
If you're hoping to go to the practice, there's one important detail you need to know: you must have a ticket. It's general admission and tickets are free, but you still need one in order to attend. The Colts recently released an update saying that tickets are no longer available online, though a limited number are still available at the ticket will call window at Lucas Oil Stadium on a walk-up basis.
It should be a fun day of getting to see the Colts in action for the first time this year, and we'll have complete coverage of it here at Stampede Blue, so stay tuned.