INDIANAPOLIS – It was a relatively quiet week around the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center with the Colts rookies wrapping up work before departing on Friday.
Take a look below for this past week’s headlines as the Colts are just over a month away from heading to Anderson for training camp.
Monday, June 17:
The week started off with a bang as Chuck Pagano was named the winner of the 2013 George Halas Award.
Ryan Grigson wrapped up minicamp with an article written by Colts.com writer Kevin Bowen.
Team photographer Matt Bowen was up in Michigan this week for the 2013 Colts Cheerleading Calendar Swim Shoot. Here is a photo gallery from day one.
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Tuesday, June 18:
During the OTAs and minicamp, the Colts welcomed official Sarah Thomas to the complex. Thomas is on the verge of becoming the first full-time female NFL official and talks about here experience in an article written by Bowen.
Here is the day two photo gallery of Colts cheerleaders up in Michigan.
Wednesday, June 19:
Bowen writes a blog on the Super Bowl pedigree that attracted Ryan Grigson to Ahamd Bradshaw.
Here is a player feature video on eight-year safety
The day three photo gallery of the cheerleading shoot in Michigan is here.
Thursday, June 20:
The Colts rookies headed down to Arsenal Tech High School for a community event with 200 kids.
Bowen took a look back at
The cheerleading shoot continued in Michigan with day four of photos.
Friday, June 20:
The rookies wrapped up the week in Indianapolis with a trip down to St. Elmo Steake House.