The Colts will hold their second training camp practice on Monday afternoon.
NFL Nation reporters look ahead to Monday's practices at each team's training camp.
The Indianapolis Colts' offense, led by wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, showed off its explosiveness during the first day of training camp on Sunday.
The Colts' leading rusher in 2012 is battling back from injuries that have kept him out the past two years, but he says he's feeling 100 percent.
If they're activated after the regular season starts, the players will have to remain on the PUP list for six weeks.
The Colts will hold their first training camp practice on Sunday.
The Indianapolis Colts and T.Y. Hilton, who is headed into the final year of his four-year rookie contract, have resumed contract negotiations.
Andrew Luck not anxious over new deal
On the heels of Russell Wilson's payday, the Colts QB says "hopefully" he'll get one too: "As a sports fan, yeah, you pay attention to the news that comes across the ticker or what have you. As far as it affects how you approach football, I don't think that's it at all."
Hilton's backpack in mid-season form
Colts WR T.Y. Hilton showed up at training camp Saturday in a backpack that showed a strong resemblance to a delicious cheeseburger. Why, you ask? "Because I'm ready to eat," Hilton said. (via @Colts)
The focus of the contract status of the 2012 quarterbacks now shifts to Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck. But don't expect a quick deal.
Batman arrives at training camp
That's not entirely true, but Mike Adams is present at the Colts' facilities today. Adams is looking to build off a career-high five interceptions last year.
The Colts have some areas to shore up during training camp if they want to take the next step and advance to the Super Bowl.
Vontae Davis has all of the tools to be the league's best corner, and occasionally, he looks like it. Can he keep his consistency up?
Colts ground game anchored by Gore
With defenses focusing on the Colts' passing attack, Frank Gore could have a solid season for Indianapolis. If age does end up slowing Gore down, Daniel Herron could be a very-late fantasy insurance selection. Running back tiers (Insider)
Training camp has arrived for the Indianapolis Colts.
The Colts have some talented players from the 2012 draft class and it's no secret that they will have to pay those players at some point.
Luck, a normally reserved person, acts in a new DirectTV commercial promoting the satellite TV company's "Sunday NFL Ticket."
Can Hilton keep up big numbers?
T.Y. Hilton was targeted 131 times last season, but with the additions of Frank Gore and Andre Johnson, it may be hard to repeat last season's success. Fantasy X factors
No going wrong with Colts' Luck
To no one's surprise, the Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck appears in Eric Karabell's top tier of QB fantasy values. Quarterback tiers (Insider)
Luck gets funny in TV spot
Ever wanted to see Andrew Luck play hide-and-seek -- with cats? Now you can, as the Colts star is the latest QB to portray dual personalities in a TV commercial. Watch
Jim Irsay is looking forward to one of the most highly anticipated seasons in franchise history after an offseason of key additions.
Jim Irsay: Suspension to contention
In the span of a year, the Colts owner went from serving a suspension to seeing his team become a Super Bowl contender. How does he handle the turnaround? "The perspective for me has been staying in the moment." A special season
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