According to The Athletic’s Bob Kravitz, the Indianapolis Colts will host training camp at the team’s practice facility instead of Westfield, Indiana (which was also reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter):
Per source, the Colts will likely have training camp at the practice facility rather than Westfield this summer. It’s not yet official, but it will be. The NFL sent out a directive for teams to hold their camps at their home facilities this year due, of course, to the pandemic.— Bob Kravitz (@bkravitz) June 2, 2020
And so the NFL has told all its teams that they must stay at their team facilities for this summer's training camps.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 2, 2020
It’s looking increasingly likely that with the ongoing pandemic, that the Colts training camp practices will be closed to the general public this summer—along with all NFL teams.
NFL training camps are still expected to start some time in mid-July, although the league may continue to wait and evaluate the situation in case it has to make any last minute changes regarding scheduling.
The Colts are among the NFL teams that will be forced to ‘stay home’ for training camp—although at Grand Park, they still would’ve been in close proximity to their ‘own backyard’ regardless:
Teams that would've gone away.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) June 2, 2020
Chiefs—St. Joseph, Mo.
(Packers/Chargers some off-site, but local.) https://t.co/wmIE8jzKcQ
The Colts had previously been forced to conduct a ‘virtual offseason’ regarding their workouts, and this is just the latest change to what should be a very different NFL training regimen than what they and other teams are used to.