Week-In-Review: Offseason Program Week 8

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with the OTA portion of the offseason program and a three-day minicamp starting next week.

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INDIANAPOLIS –A total of 10 OTA sessions over the past three weeks concluded on Thursday.

The Colts will finish their nine-week offseason program next week with a mandatory minicamp from June 17-19.

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

Monday, June 9

(Article)-Which Colts players have gained and lost the most weight since last season?Tuesday, June 10

(Article)-Andrew Luck knows the gravity of making the playoffs, but he's not satisfied.

(Photos)-Here's a look at some photos from the final week of OTAs.

The Colts were back on the field Tuesday for organized team activities.

(Article)-Out of LaVon Brazill, Da'Rick Rogers and Griff Whalen, who will fill out the Colts wide receiver position?

Wednesday, June 11

(Article)-A closer look at Bjoern Werner and Hugh Thornton making the second-year jump.

(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag.

(Video)-Highlights from Wednesday's OTA session.

(Article)-Here's four takeaways from the Colts Wednesday OTA.Thursday, June 12

(Article)-What does Andrew Luck think of this year's World Cup?

(Article)-It's Father's Day this Sunday and that holds a special place for GM Ryan Grigson.Friday, June 13

(Audio)-Take a listen to Bob Lamey, Matt Taylor and Kevin Bowen recapping the final week of OTAs.

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