(TERRE HAUTE, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts reported for training camp in Terre Haute Sunday with all eight of their draft picks in tow.
Running back Donald Brown, the Colts' first-round pick out of Connecticut, became the final draft choice to come to terms with the team on Sunday.
Second-round pick Fili Moala and fourth-rounder Austin Collie signed their contracts on Saturday.
New head coach Jim Caldwell will direct the first practice of training camp this morning as the Horseshoes get ready for their preseason opener against Minnesota on August 14th.
While the rookies are all in camp, the Colts will be short a few veterans who are nursing injuries.
Safety Bob Sanders, cornerback Marlin Jackson, kicker Adam Vinatieri, guard Charlie Johnson, defensive tackle Antonio Johnson and wide receiver Sam Giguere will open camp on the physically unable to perform list.
Caldwell expects all six to be healthy in time for the regular season opener against Jacksonville on September 13th.
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