In what has to be some sort of record for fewest training camp practices open to fans, the Colts will have only two practices the public can attend. Yes, two.
The Colts will hold training camp at their training complex, the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, for the first time. Space concerns mean all practices there are closed to the public.
The Colts will have two off-site practices for fans: Their first full-squad workout July 30 at Lucas Oil Stadium and an Aug. 5 practice at Warren Central High School.
Joint practices with the Lions are among those closed to the public.
Since relocating to Indianapolis in 1984, the Colts have held open training camps at Anderson University and at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute. Until this year.
So we gotta ask, do the Colts hate their fans, or simply not care. This is the one time of year where fans can get a look at how the teams practice and also get autographs from players, Indy, could apparently care less. On second thought, the product stinks, so why go see it preheat when you know it’s just going to taste bad. Probably better off that way.