Here’s Thursday’s Colts’ Reading the Coverage ...
Indy Star columnist Bob Kravitz writes how quarterback Andrew Luck should have the best season of his three-year career if his supporting cast can remain healthy. "Luck has the most diverse skill set of any NFL quarterback," Ron Jaworski recently wrote for ESPN.com.
Stephen Holder writes how the Colts will enter training camp relatively healthy after running backs Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) and Vick Ballard (knee), guard Donald Thomas (quad and bicep) and receiver Reggie Wayne (knee) were all cleared to practice. "You look at the personnel we have available now, it's going to give us a lot more opportunity to put pressure on the defense in a lot of different ways," offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton said.
Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com touches on Wayne’s arrival in an Indy race car on Wednesday.
Colts.com has exclusive video of Wayne while he’s inside the race car making his way to training camp. Indy car driver Ed Carpenter was behind the wheel of the car with Wayne.
Kevin Bowen of Colts.com gives his thoughts on training camp move-in day. One of Bowen’s takeaways is on second-year linebacker Bjoern Werner. Werner is getting the first shot at starting at outside linebacker while Robert Mathis serves his four-game suspension. “I need to step up and just play better football than what I did last year,” Werner said.