Minicamp Practice Open to the Public
First, a reminder that the Colts will have an open Minicamp practice today at Lucas Oil Stadium. It’s a free event, and they will provide free parking in the Tire Barn South Lot. Here’s the info from the Colts’ release:
"On Wednesday, June 12, the Indianapolis Colts will host an open Mini-Camp at Lucas Oil Stadium. The event, which will give fans the opportunity to watch practice and enjoy a variety of activities, is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 2 p.m. for fans to enjoy access to the field, give-a-ways, half price concessions and more. Practice is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m."
Fans won’t get a chance to see the team take the field again until training camp at Anderson University. Unless otherwise detained by my other job (It’s a busy time for Realtors), this writer/blogger/guy sitting at a computer intends to be there, getting my football fix and seeing how some of the new players look on the field (send a tweet and come say hi).
And now, the Notebook:
All about LaRon
The Colts are in the middle of a three-day mandatory minicamp that began yesterday and will finish up on the 13th. The big stories have been the Ahmad Bradshaw signing (more from Mr. Bradshaw shortly) and Safety LaRon Landry’s first practice as a Colt. During voluntary OTA's Landry continued conditioning on his own in Scottsdale, AZ, where he works out each offseason with fellow Colts Safety Antoine Bethea. (Continued after the jump)