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Jun 17, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) throws a pass during minicamp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Indianapolis Colts Training Camp Primer

The Indianapolis Colts reported to training camp in Anderson, Indiana today. The first practice will be tomorrow afternoon at 1:55 PM.

For more information on camp, you can head here. Want to familiarize yourself with the roster, head here.

At Ink On Indy, we’ve spent the past few weeks, and all of the offseason, preparing for the start of the 2014 season. Today we provide you with easy access to everything we’ve said about the Colts over the past few months.

We will have someone at camp most days, so make sure to follow us @InkOnIndy and check back in the evening for our impressions from the day’s practice.

Reggie Wayne made his customary grand entrance to camp, showing up in an Indy Car driven by Ed Carpenter.

We’ve got full coverage for all you rabid Colts fans, and you can get ready by going back and pouring over our work.

Team Analysis

The NFL Draft wasn’t that long ago, but make sure to refresh your memory with our roundup.

We have  five things to watch for at camp. 

And five more things to pay attention to at camp (and in the preseason).

Want to know who needs to step up on the Colts roster? Click here for defense and go here for offense.

How will the Colts generate a pass rush without Robert Mathis for four games? And, as a counter, more on Mathis and why fans shouldn’t worry about his absence.

Player Analysis 

Just who is the best player on the Colts roster?

The running back situation, is it three talented players or just three players? 

Can Trent Richardson prove his doubters wrong?

Wayne’s return to the field is discussed.

Ahmad Bradshaw also returns from injured reserve. Can he make in impact (and stay healthy) in 2014?

Double coverage of Dwayne Allen. He makes a return from a hip injury that sidelined after a game and a half; he also has the potential to be a huge x-factor for the offense.

T.Y. Hilton is turning into a dangerous player, what can we expect in 2014?

Why Bjoern Werner needs to step up in 2014.

ESPN’s Ron Jaworski thinks Andrew Luck is a Top-Five QB in the NFL.

Make sure to check in regular for our Camp Notes.

Tags: Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Reggie Wayne Robert Mathis

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