Week-In-Review: Offseason Program Week 7

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with the offseason program reaching the final week of OTAs starting on Monday.

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INDIANAPOLIS –The Colts offseason program is six OTAs deep with the final week of OTAs (four sessions) on the horizon starting Monday.

The Colts will conclude their nine-week offseason program the following week with a mandatory minicamp from June 17-19.

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

Monday, June 2

(Article)-An update on Trent Richardson after spending his first offseason with the Colts.

(Article)-By nature, Delano Howell knows one speed and one speed only.Tuesday, June 3

(Article)-A look at the rehab of Vick Ballard and his outlook on returning to the playing field.

(Photos)-Here's a photo gallery from the Colts OTAs.

The players are back on the field for organized team activities.

(Article)-Ahmad Bradshaw has been cleared to particiapte in OTAs after missing a bulk of 2013 with a neck injury.Wednesday, June 4

(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag in parts one and two.

(Article)-Here are some Week Two takeaways from Colts OTAs.

(Video)-Highlights from Week Two of Colts OTAs.

Thursday, June 5

(Article)-This time of year is all about timing for Hakeem Nicks and his new quarterback Andrew Luck.

(Article)-How is Arthur Jones adjusting to his new locker room?Friday, June 6

(Article)-What do the Colts players think of *USA Today *predicting the Colts to go to the Super Bowl this season?

(Audio)-Take a listen to Horseshoe FAQ with Matt Taylor, Bob Lamey and Kevin Bowen recapping Week Two of OTAs.

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