(Anderson, IN) The Indianapolis Colts will have a walk-through this morning and a full practice this afternoon as training camp continues at Anderson University.
Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck was impressive in 11-on-11 and 7-on-7 drills as the Horseshoes practiced without pads.
The NFL's new labor agreement prohibits contact and practice with pads until the fourth practice of training camp.
The Colts did not get through the first day of training camp workouts unscathed.
Linebacker A-J Edds suffered an injury to his left knee and will undergo a precautionary MRI to determine its severity.
The Colts had a special visitor in Anderson over the weekend as former head coach Tony Dungy watched the opening practice.
Dungy talked with new Colts coach Chuck Pagano on Saturday as well as some of the coaching staff and players.
Dungy shared his experience in going from an assistant coach to a head coach with Pagano at the request of team owner Jim Irsay.
Irsay spoke with the media after Sunday afternoon's practice, saying while the pundits don't give the Colts much of a chance to win many games this season, he is hoping to surprise people and wants to still be thinking about the playoffs in December.
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