5 Things To Watch During Week Two Of Colts Training Camp

Intro: A week into the 2017 Training Camp, the Colts are preparing for Sunday’s preseason opener with several storylines still up in the air.

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INDIANAPOLIS –It's game week for the Indianapolis Colts.

Well, preseason game week.

Nonetheless, we are a step closer to the 2017 regular season.

The Colts are seven practices into their Training Camp and still have some intriguing storylines to be solved heading into Week Two.

What are they?

**Luck Watch

**Do not read much into Andrew Luck being present at the last two Colts' practices. Chuck Pagano threw up the red flag on if Luck's recent practice attendance means his return to participate is definitely coming soon.

The Colts enter Week Two of Training Camp with Luck still on the PUP list. Until Saturday's practice, Luck had been isolated from the media for the bulk of camp.

Where is Luck in his throwing rehab schedule?

Will his return to practice come in the next week or so?

Those questions remain unanswered as the team's regular season opener is less than five weeks away.**

Permanent Offensive Line

**During the first week of camp, we saw the Colts flip Jack Mewhort to right guard and Joe Haeg to left guard.

Is this a permanent move for the starting offensive line?

The Colts appear to have settled on the names up front in 2017.

We have seen Denzelle Good get some action at guard with Mewhort (knee) still working his way back to 100 percent.

Continued evaluation on the offensive line is coming this week with three full-padded practices, two against the Detroit Lions, and then Sunday's preseason opener.**

Colts Training Camp 2017 - Practice Six - PRACTICE HIGHLIGHTS at Warren Central High School.

Starting Rookies

**So far, no 2017 rookie has cracked the starting lineup for the Colts.

That could certainly change though.

At safety, Malik Hooker impressed in his first week on an NFL practice field. Hooker remains on a pitch count, but his insertion into more starting reps might just be a matter of time.

Sticking in the secondary, cornerback Quincy Wilson has seen some first-team reps. However, the starting corner opposite Vontae Davis remains Rashaan Melvin through a week of camp.

Outside of these two, it's going to be difficult to see any other rookie become a 2017 starter. Fourth-round running back Marlon Mack has caught the eye of Chuck Pagano though.**

Game Week

**It is game week for the Colts.

Jim Caldwell and the Detroit Lions will actually arrive in Indianapolis on Wednesday night for joint practices on Thursday and Friday.

Those full-padded practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center will lead into Sunday's preseason opener at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Once the Lions exit town on Sunday, the Colts will then have back-to-back preseason road games (Aug. 19 and Aug. 26) against the Cowboys and Steelers, two other 2016 playoff teams.**

More Depth Chart Watching**

Some depth chart questions to watch this week:

-Is Chester Rogers still the No. 3 receiver?

-Are Jon Bostic and Antonio Morrison the starting inside linebackers?

-How will the depth play out along the defensive line and at outside linebacker?

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