(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indianapolis Colts will be at team headquarters for day one of organized team activities, or OTA's.
OTA's are a series of as many as 14 non-contact workouts NFL teams are permitted to hold between the draft and the start of training camp.
The Colts will hold a mini-camp the first weekend of June with the workout on Saturday, June 6th taking place at Franklin College.
Training camp will once again be at Rose-Hulman Institute in Terre Haute and will begin on August 2nd.
This month's OTA's will be the first opportunity for the Colts' reconstituted coaching staff to get to work.
The Colts will start the season with a new head coach as well as new offensive and defensive coordinators, a new special teams coach and a new offensive line coach.
The latest changes were necessitated by last week's retirements of long-time Offensive Coordinator Tom Moore and Offensive Line Coach Howard Mudd.
Assistant Head Coach Clyde Christensen will take over Moore's duties as offensive coordinator with Pete Metzelaars succeeding Mudd as offensive line coach.
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