Colts Players Excited For Minicamp Practice At Lucas Oil Stadium

Intro: The Colts will hold their annual open minicamp practice on Wednesday evening at Lucas Oil Stadium. What has changed since the last time the Colts were inside their home building?

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INDIANAPOLIS – It's been more than six months since the Indianapolis Colts have been inside of Lucas Oil Stadium.

A lot has changed since that regular season victory over the Tennessee Titans.

  • Gone are 15 of the 46 players who dressed in Week 17.
  • Included in that bunch no longer in Indy are all three guys who found the end zone in the team's 30-24 win over the Titans.
  • And, oh yeah, the Colts are no longer rotating Josh Freeman and Ryan Lindley at quarterback. Andrew Luck is back.

So for the couple thousand of fans that do make it out for Wednesday's open minicamp practice, they will notice some changes from January.

The Colts offseason program has been a crash course in installing a new offense and new defense.

While most of the starting personnel is the same from 2015 (the Colts return 18 of 22 starters), there are some rather significant storylines still to be decided.

Wednesday is a chance for players to get back in front of the fans, too.

After eight weeks of closed work at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, Colts players are quite happy to be heading down to Lucas Oil Stadium for work.

Colts players signed autographs for fans prior to the start of day two of veteran mini camp at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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