Quenton Nelson, Eric Ebron, Reece Fountain in action in Colts OTAs
The Indianapolis Colts' offensive line, featuring Quenton Nelson, was in action in OTAs Wednesday.
The OTA portion of the offseason is here for the Colts. How did the team line up at their first open OTA session of the 2018 offseason program?
2018 Colts Practice Notes: OTAs, Day 2
Colts.com’s Andrew Walker breaks down the action at Wednesday’s second day of OTA practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center in Indianapolis.
Andrew Luck (shoulder) not throwing until June; Colts 'not worried'
Colts believe putting a public timeline on Luck's return isn’t in their best interest. He’ll throw when he throws.
On Wednesday, Frank Reich offered an Andrew Luck update for when his throwing program will pick up the pace this offseason.
Colts Notebook: Reich comfortable with Luck's progress | Don't Miss This | heraldbulletin.com
Andrew Luck stretched with his teammates Wednesday and made a few handoffs during individual drills.
Frank Reich: Andrew Luck to throw more after June minicamp - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
"I'm completely comfortable with him throwing when he's ready, when the doctors say he's ready," the Colts head coach said of his star QB.
Colts ‘not worried’ that Andrew Luck still not throwing | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – They’re sticking to the process, and not fretting that the process has yet to include Andrew Luck picking up a regulation football and firing it across the practice field.
Will the physical running signs Marlon Mack showed late last season translate to him becoming a starter for the Colts?
NFL will require all players to stand during national anthem or stay in locker room | FOX59
ATLANTA — NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field.
Doyel: Fans should vote on NFL anthem policy with their wallets
The NFL won't let players kneel during the national anthem, a win for President Trump and conservatives, but perhaps a loss for the league.