Craig Kelley is in his 29th season with the Colts and his third as director of media content. Kelley spent the previous 12 seasons as vice president of public relations. He joined the Colts in January of 1985 as assistant director of public relations before being promoted to director of public relations in 1987.

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  • Practice Three Training Camp Notebook: Mother Nature Can’t Keep Colts Indoors For Long

    By Kevin Bowen - Posted 5 hours ago

    Intro: Friday, July 29 was the third practice day of Training Camp. The next practice for public viewing is Sunday from 1:50 to 4:40 p.m. The Colts are training in Anderson through Thursday, August 11.

  • 2016 #ColtsCamp Q&A: Phil Savage

    By Andrew Walker - Posted 7 hours ago

    Intro: Phil Savage has been at Anderson University this week for the start of Colts training camp, interviewing players and coaches with Sirius XM NFL radio. The Senior Bowl executive director sat down with for a Q&A about the vibes he’s feeling about the 2016 Colts team, rookie center Ryan Kelly and the position of note in college football this upcoming season.

  • Full Pads Make Their Debut At Colts Training Camp

    By Kevin Bowen - Posted 9 hours ago

    Intro: The Colts wrapped up their third walk-through of the 2016 Training Camp on Friday morning and next up was media availability. What did Chuck Pagano and Andrew Luck have to say at the third media session of Training Camp?

  • For Colts’ Defensive Linemen, It’s All About Being The ‘Nucleus’

    By Andrew Walker - Posted 10 hours ago

    Intro: Though every Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman was counted on to make big plays in college, they learn quickly that their roles change quite a bit once they get into the Colts’ defensive system.

  • More Vocal Andrew Luck Enters Fifth NFL Season Embracing Leadership Role

    By Kevin Bowen - Posted 16 hours ago

    Intro: Watch a Colts’ practice this Training Camp and you’re going to hear the booming voice of Andrew Luck. Have Luck’s new teammates noticed a more vocal No. 12 this offseason?