Intro: is beginning a new feature that will run on Friday’s and be a week-in-review recap of Colts news that took place the preview week. Here is this week’s installment with videos, blogs, articles and photos from June 24-28.





INDIANAPOLIS –For the first time in over two months, Colts players were out of the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center and have dispersed around the country.

The date to reconvene in Anderson is less than a month away and here's a recap of this week's Colts news, including the release of the 2013 training camp schedule.Monday, June 24:

(Blog)-Ryan Grigson's expectations for Vontae Davis in 2013 are high. writer Kevin Bowen writes that Grigson wants to see "greatness" out of Davis.

(Article)-Jeff Fitzgerald is eager for training camp. Why? Because the Colts linebackers coach has endless possiblities with his unit, writes Bowen.

(Video)-Meet new Colts assistant offensive line coach Hal Hunter:

Tuesday, June 25:

(Blog)-The big news on Tuesday came with the announcement of the 2013 Colts training camp schedule.

(Blog)-It might be the offseason but Andrew Luck is still in the news. This week Luck went to Virginia to help lead the William & Mary All-Pro Football Camp.

(Photos)-Team photographer Matt Bowen spent last week in Michigan, to take the 2013 cheerleading calendar shoot photos. Here's some of the best.Wednesday, June 26:

(Blog)-Bowen branches off Monday's article on the Colts linebackers with this blog. Here, Fitzgerald breaks down some of the Colts new linebackers.

(Video)-Colts wide receiver Jeremy Kelley and offensive tackle Bradley Sowell headed down to Victory Field this week to pass out backpacks to local youth:

Thursday, June 27:

(Article)-Bowen writes, new Colts offensive line coach Joe Gilbert had a project this offseason. Gilbert finished that project and find out what he found here.

(Article)-In this week's version of Throwback Thursday, Bowen takes a look at the historic night for cornerback Darius Butler. Thanks to three turnovers by Butler, the Colts had a resounding 27-10 victory at Jacksonville.Friday, June 28:

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