Colts to return to Anderson University for training camp

The Indianapolis Colts will hold training camp at Anderson University for the seventh straight summer, team officials announced Wednesday.

Dates have yet to be announced.

The Colts traditionally report in late July, but with the Hall of Fame game scheduled for Aug. 7 against Green Bay, coach Chuck Pagano will likely bring his team to camp a little earlier.

Colts camp typically consists of 16 days of practice. It’s one of Madison County’s biggest tourism drivers, drawing tens of thousands of visitors.

Anderson University first hosted the Indianapolis Colts training camp in 1984, following the team's move to Indianapolis, and continued to host through 1998. The camp returned to Anderson in 2010 after 11 years at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute.

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