It feels like forever since the NFL season wrapped up. For the Colts (and their fans) last season couldn't get over quick enough. The team struggled to get to 8-8, and missed the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-12 season after franchise quarterback, Andrew Luck was lost for the season due to injury. Fast forward six months, Luck and crew are looking to establish themselves once again as one of the League's dominant teams. A process that begins with training camp beginning July 27th.

For the seventh straight year, the team will hold camp at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, a roughly 45 minute drive northeast of Indianapolis. Specifically at the Kardatzke Wellness Center and Macholtz Stadium complex located in the Northeast section of campus.

Players will report on Tuesday, July 26th with the first practice scheduled for 1:55 p.m. until 4:40 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday 27th. Entire team practices will be open to the public free of charge.

Once again this year, Colts City will be a part of camp. The area will include an interactive inflatable, give-a-ways, register-to-win ticket opportunities, Colts In Motion traveling museum, PLAY 60 Zone, Colts Pro Shop, Colts Cheerleaders, concessions and more.

The camp will also feature special theme days including Armed Forces Day on Friday, July 29, Kids Day on Sunday, July 31st, Community Take Back Day on Monday, August 1st, and the BBQ Bash at Training Camp on Tuesday, August 2nd.

For the complete schedule of practices and events, as well as parking and bag policy information, visit the Colts official website.

The Colts will open the preseason in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, August 7th.

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