INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Thursday marked the end of the Indianapolis Colts three day rookie Mini Camp.
Plenty of work was accomplished offensively at the fullback and tight end positions, while 2013 first round draft pick Bjoern Werner made his presence known defensively at the linebacker position.
After three days of hard work, Quarterback Andrew Luck is happy with the progress.
"We've improved, and that's the name of the game. You know, we're nowhere near perfect. I would hope we aren't perfect at this point. But I think it was great to have the whole team together, to get to start to see some of the pieces come into place, and to see guys compete," said Luck.
11-year veteran Cory Redding who's a key component of the Colts defensive game plan, says the team is on the right track but there is still more to do.
"We got everything we've had our goals set for this time of year, accomplished. We've met all those goals, but we're not there yet. You know, we're right where we want to be right now in June, and we still have a long way to go in training camp to be that team we want to be start September," said Redding.
The next time the Colts will be together as a team, will be July 27 for training camp at Anderson University.
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