Colts Begin Training Camp in Full Pads Tomorrow

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Jul 31, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano watches the Colts practice during training camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Jul 31, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano watches the Colts practice during training camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Tomorrow the sounds of Colts training camp should be much louder. The Colts will take the field dressed in full pads tomorrow when they greet the crowd. The Colts are trying to have a much ‘more physical’ camp this year. The coaching staff and GM Chris Ballard are hoping a ‘more physical’ camp will translate to the games come September. Coach Chuck Pagano said in late spring that he wanted a more physical camp. With so many new faces on this revamped defense the Colts needed to have a more physical camp, and with so many younger faces they need time to develop, so live physical play is a must.


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Things are undoubtedly get a little chippy during camp between two of the players. So Tuesday with full pads and more competition expect some tensions to be tight. People are going to be fighting and clawing for a roster spot. Defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins said earlier after practice on Monday, “this is where it all starts, you can’t just go out the first week of preseason and hope it all comes together, you have to build up and that starts here.”Newly signed veteran defensive tackle Al Woods said “I’m super excited for tomorrow!” Players and coaches are excited for the more physical camp with full pads starting tomorrow, we’ll see how it all plays out.

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