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2017 Colts Training Camp: Video Highlights — Tuesday the Colts brought the boom

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For a thorough breakdown of training camp, please visit Matt Danely’s camp notes.

Stampede Blue’s very own Matt Danely attended today’s practice and had the opportunity to take a close look at the wide receivers in individual drills to start the day.

For those who haven’t been able to attend training camp or open practices before, individual position breakouts follow stretching and warming up at the start of each practice.

The big story today was a dust-up between TY Hilton and Vontae Davis when matched up during team drills. Hilton discusses the incident and makes it clear that everything is fine between the wide receiver and corner.

Shortly after the skirmish, Hilton got the best of Davis for a touchdown and let him know about it.

As you will see in this video, no punches were thrown but some shoving got the attention of players and coaches.

Davis didn’t just receive attention from Hilton on the day either as he and Phillip Dorsett also locked up and had a brief discussion on the ground.

Matt enjoyed watching the big uglies get after it today. Again, you can read more about his takeaways in his camp notes.

This is a match-up between two assumed starters and Clark refused to back down against Anderson in this drill.

In this video DE Lavar Edwards matches up with rookie tackle Andrew Wylie before first-year tackle Blake Muir lines up with DE Margus Hunt.

Pagano makes it clear that the only way to play football is physical.

Holder downplays the physicality in today’s practice and Pagano disagrees. He does admit that the team did not go live today, referring to the contact as “thud.”