Rave reviews continue for Andrew Luck: Here's Center Samson Satele to the Indianapolis Star on Luck: "You watch bro. He’s crazy good. There’s nothing I can teach the man right now. I mean he’s that great." And, unofficially, 28-37 with three TDs.
New position for Freeney: Colts mainstay Dwight Freeney will be switching from full-time defensive end to a DE/OLB hybrid in Indy's new 3-4 scheme. He may not, however, be prepared to be called a linebacker. "“You don't have to write that,” Freeney told the Fort Wayne (Ind.) News Sentinel. “Just write 'defensive end.' ”
OG Ben Ijalana set for an MRI: Offensive lineman Ben Ijalana missed most of his rookie season with a torn ACL, and now the second year player from Villanova re-aggravated the injury at practice Sunday. Ijalana missed practice Monday and coach Chuck Pagano said he will have an MRI on his left knee, according to the Indianapolis Star,
Jerraud Powers impresses in defensive backfield: Cornerback Jerraud Powers broke up a possible touchdown connection between Luck and wide receiver Donnie Avery Monday, a good sign for Colts fans who saw a depleted secondary get shredded a season ago. Pagano told reporters after the game that it was "nice to see".
Wardrobe malfunction: One fan at the afternoon session had an interesting outfit: a Pittsburgh Steelers jersey. Safety Tom Zbikowski spotted it, and Pagano scaled the bleachers to perform a "conversion." Best way to get a new NFL jersey? Wear an opponent's jersey to training camp.
Prospective starting RB Donald Brown speaks: First year offensive coordinator Bruce Arians wants a physical, tough, dominant running game. That suits running back Donald Brown just fine. "Just some downhill, smash-mouth running. That’s what I’m comfortable with,” Brown told Colts.com. “That’s what I’m excited about. I love the system. I’m very comfortable with it. I’m excited to get running and especially with the big guys that we have up front. I mean horses up there."
Andrew Luck drew a picture: See. The guy can do it all.
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