For now, Colts’ Andrew Luck rehabbing, working with Tom House, attacking walk-throughs | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
WESTFIELD, Ind. – Another training camp practice unfolded Thursday without Andrew Luck – that’s three straight and four of the last five – but that didn’t mean he’s simply rehabbing his strained left calf.
Andrew Luck (calf) rehabilitating; timetable for practice return uncertain
Frank Reich: 'He’s getting some good work. First of all, some good rehab, and then he’s inside throwing with Tom House, that’s been really good.'
Colts Andrew Luck says shoulder injury saved relationship with wife
A lost season to injuries taught Andrew Luck to leave the game at the field and be present when he is elsewhere.
Colts training camp 2019: Rookie Rock Ya-Sin flashes special potential
The NFL was another big step up but the Colts’ top draft pick has stepped in and been presence in the secondary immediately.
Easy does it: Colts putting science lessons to use in training camp – The Athletic
The Colts are pulling back on the conventional all-out approach to training camp in the hopes of keeping their players healthy.
Colts Relying On Jacoby Brissett To Lead Starting Offense (For Now) | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
Throughout the 2019 offseason, it’s been Jacoby Brissett leading the starting offense for the Colts. Where has Brissett taken the biggest stride in his third season in Indianapolis?
Jacoby Brissett's experience gives Colts comfort behind Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Frank Reich was once one of the top backup quarterbacks in the NFL. He can take solace as the Colts coach that he has another one in Jacoby Brissett.
‘You can always get better’ says Colts’ newcomer Justin Houston | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
WESTFIELD, Ind. -- You’re never too old to learn . . . something. That’s even true for someone who has done so much. “I was told you can learn something from a 2-year old baby, so always be humble and listen,’’ Justin Houston said.
2019 #ColtsCamp Notebook, Day 7: Hard Hits & Two-Minute Drills
Thursday, Aug. 1, was the seventh practice day of the 2019 training camp for the Indianapolis Colts. What were some of the takeaways from the session?
Day Seven Colts Training Camp Notebook: T.Y. Hilton Shines With Several Starters Out | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
What happened at the Colts’ seventh practice of the 2019 Training Camp at Grand Park?
Colts training camp 2019: Linebackers take center stage
Bobby Okereke, E.J. Speed, Anthony Walker and Darius Leonard all had their moments in a physical Thursday practice.
New-look Colts LBs filling team’s need for speed | Sports | kokomotribune.com
To say outside expectations for E.J. Speed were low entering Indianapolis Colts training camp this summer is an understatement.
Indianapolis Colts Nyheim Hines: 'There's a lot for me to improve on'
After recording the third-most catches in franchise history by a rookie, Colts RB Nyheim Hines expects much more from himself in Year Two.
Teams don’t have to establish the run to win games, and the analytics proves it. But the run isn’t dead, either – The Athletic
The hard-line philosophy of the importance of establishing the run is disproven. But there is still value in being able to run the ball.
"Every time [T.Y.] makes a big play, the whole team gets energized."— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) August 1, 2019
The was at it again on Thursday. #ColtsCamp