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News Week-In-Review: July 14-18

Posted Jul 18, 2014

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with training camp starting on Wednesday, the 23rd.



INDIANAPOLIS – The countdown to Anderson is now a handful of days away.

The players are making their returns back to the Indianapolis area with training camp about to start.

Here’s a look back on all of the Colts News:

Monday, July 14


(Article)-A look at the Running Back "Burning Questions" heading into Training Camp.

Tuesday, July 15


(Article)-A look at the Wide Receiver/Tight End "Burning Questions" heading into Training Camp.

(Photos)-Our Tuesday Top 10 looks at the team packing up for Anderson.

Wednesday, July 16

(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag.

(Article)-The Offensive Line "Burning Questions" heading into Training Camp.

(Article)-When Andrew Luck looks back on his early NFL career, he has fond memories of a talk with Dwight Freeney.

Thursday, July 17


(Article)-Is Khaled Holmes ready to take full advantage of the open center spot?

(Article)-The Defensive Line "Burning Questions" heading into Training Camp.

(Article)-Andrew Luck took over the Colts Twitter account on Thursday afternoon. Here's his 20-minute Q & A session.

Friday, July 18

(Article)-Fantasy Football drafts are on the horizon.

(Article)-This week's Four-Down Friday looks at Trent Richardson's fantasy ceiling in 2014.

(Article)-The Linebacker "Burning Questions" heading into Training Camp.

(Audio)-This week's Horseshoe FAQ with Jim Sorgi, Bob Lamey, Kevin Bowen and Matt Taylor.

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