The Indianapolis Colts quarterback attempted his first passes in front of reporters Tuesday as Indy opened its three-day minicamp. Luck only threw a handful of balls before he finished with a lob of about 20 yards. He then jogged from the outdoor practice field to the Colts’ indoor facility.
WESTFIELD, Ind. -- The Indianapolis Colts have released their training camp schedule for 2018 and you can see them in action for free - as long as you get a ticket.
This year's Colts training camp will be held at the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield and kicks off Wednesday, July 25.
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There is no charge to attend training camp, but fans must get a free ticket to enter each day. To get a ticket to see the Colts in action visit the Colts training camp website.
The Colts' first practice will be held on Thursday, July 26 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The first Colts city of the season will also be that day from noon to 4 p.m.
Colts City is an interactive experience for the whole family, Colts City will be open each day practice is open to the public through the first home preseason game.Daily activities will include:
Play 60 Zone, Colts inflatables and 40-yard dash
Colts In Motion, the team’s traveling museum
Colts Pro Shop
Coca-Cola Social Tent
Interactive sponsor displays and exhibits
Colts City is an interactive experience for the whole family, Colts City will be open each day practice is open to the public through the first home preseason game.
Daily activities will include:
Fans are more ready than ever to see the Colts in action after Andrew Luck surprised everyone by throwing the football a couple of times at the teams' minicamp on Tuesday.
You can watch that throw below:
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This year's camp will feature special themed days honoring local community nonprofits, military, youth football and more.
The NFL's "clear bag" policy for games will be in effect for practices as well.
See the full schedule below:
July 28 - Kids Day featuring specially-priced kids’ meals, the Front Row Autograph Zone for kids-only autographs, balloon artists, face painting, rock wall climbing and other fun activities.
July 29 – BBQ Bash Night featuring special BBQ meal at concessions, live music, a performance by the Colts Cheerleaders and a full-squad autograph signing.
August 2 – Sunrise Yoga featuring a free, on-field yoga class led by Indy Yoga Movement prior to morning practice. Attendees are encouraged to stay and watch football practice following yoga.
August 3 – Friday Night Lights during which youth and high school football teams will be invited to camp.
August 5 – Community day during which local nonprofits and players’ causes will be celebrated.
August 11 – Armed Forces Day featuring VIP suites for pre-selected military groups, autograph session, and military displays in Colts City.
August 14 – Final Night Practice
August 17 - Joint Practice with Ravens
August 18 - Joint Practice with Ravens
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