Week-In-Review: Offseason Program Week 9

Posted Jun 20, 2014

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with the team holding a three-day minicamp to conclude the 2014 nine-week offseason program.

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s time to rest and gear up for the 2014 regular season.

The Colts finished their nine-week offseason program on Thursday with the last of a three-day minicamp.

Here’s a look back on all of the Colts News:

Monday, June 16

(Article)-T.Y. Hilton is one of the most decorated receivers in NFL history after two seasons. What's in store for 2014?

(Article)-When the game is on the line in 2014, Coby Fleener wants to be a guy the Colts offense turns to.

Tuesday, June 17

(Article)-How is rookie Jack Mewhort coming along during the Colts offseason program?

(Photos)-A photo gallery from Day One of Colts minicamp.

(Article)-Here's four takeaways from Day One of Colts minicamp with the defense standing out.

Wednesday, June 18

(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag.

(Article)-Rookie Donte Moncrief is showing off a characteristic that is far beyond his age of 20.

(Article)-Day Two takeaways of minicamp with a Reggie Wayne sighting.

(Video)-Dallas Clark retired as a Colts on Wednesday and offered an emotional thank-you.

Thursday, June 19

(Article)-Takeaways from the final day of Colts minicamp.

(Article)-How does Ryan Grigson view the Colts 2014 offseason program?

(Video)-Chuck Pagano talks with the media after the Colts three-day minicamp.

Friday, June 20

(Audio)-A recap of all the Colts News this week with Matt Taylor, Bob Lamey and Kevin Bowen.

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