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Andrew Luck Sits Out First OTA Practice With Calf Strain
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck on Tuesday sat out the team’s first OTA practice with a strained calf; head coach Frank Reich anticipates re-evaluating Luck’s status next week.

Colts Day One OTA Notebook: Cal Strain Sidelines Andrew Luck | 1070 the Fan

The Colts held their first OTA session of the 2019 spring on Tuesday. Here are the highlights from the first OTA of the season.

Colts OTAs: Newcomers shine, receiver battle heats up, Gerald McCoy under consideration? – The Athletic
Justin Houston looked impressive, and the battle at wide receiver is already heating up during OTAs.

Colts OTAs: Frank Reich on Andrew Luck's injury, Chad Kelly and Justin Houston
Andrew Luck sat out Tuesday's practice with a minor calf strain according to coach Frank Reich

Top Takeaways: Frank Reich On OTAs, Day 1
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Tuesday spoke to reporters after the team’s first OTA practice of the offseason. What were the top takeaways from Reich’s session?

2019 Colts Practice Notes: OTAs, Day 1
Colts.com’s Andrew Walker breaks down the action at the Indianapolis Colts first day of 2019 OTA practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.

Colts Feel Good About Current Defensive Tackle Depth | 1070 the Fan

Chris Ballard offers his thoughts on how the Colts currently look at the defensive tackle position.

Frank Reich needs new motivational material in year 2 with Colts | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Motivation is where you find it, and Frank Reich found his in the complete lack of respect shown for the team he had inherited.

Peyton Manning reportedly isn’t interested in Jets job – ProFootballTalk
The Jets may want Peyton Manning to run the football operations, but they apparently aren't going to get him. Ralph Vacchiano of SNY reports, citing an unnamed source close to Manning, that the Jets G.M. job is "not a job he seems to want.

Where does Gerald McCoy go? Our writers offer eight landing spots – The Athletic
McCoy's $13 million salary was too expensive for the Bucs, but he should attract teams looking to upgrade their interior pass rush.


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