With three days remaining, the Colts camp has already received more visitors than it did in its final year at Anderson University. But the crowd numbers are still well below what they reached early this decade.
The big question in the Colts' preseason opener on Thursday is how Andrew Luck's shoulder will react under game conditions, especially when he takes his first hit. For now, Luck is concentrating on getting re-acclimated to the big stage.
After more than 19 months of answering questions about his surgically repaired throwing shoulder, quarterback Andrew Luck finally got a chance to show everyone exactly what he could do Thursday during the team's first training camp workout at Grand Park in Westfield.
The team's plan calls for Andrew Luck to throw about four days per week at training camp, simulating his regular-season routine. But nobody can say with certainty when, or if, the quarterback will regain his Pro Bowl form.