INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Colts returned to their West 56th Street complex Tuesday afternoon with their eyes focused on the Cleveland Browns. Even though they’re back in their own beds, the coaching staff still wants to keep the feel of training camp.
“It may look like West 56th, but treat it like you’re at Anderson,” said head coach Chuck Pagano of what he told his team. “We’re still in training camp mode, and it’s no time obviously to get complacent. We took a big step this past week, and we certainly don’t want to take a step backwards.”
Unlike their other two preseason games, this week Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said they’ll treat this more like a regular season game as far as preparation goes. He also wants to see the starters play into the third quarter to see how his team is able to make halftime adjustments.
“We’re trying to make this as much game-like like it would be during the season,” added Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. “It’s almost, in my mind, like a dry run, ‘Okay, let’s figure out how to do it now. Maybe we can improve it before Week 1.’”
On the injury front, Coach Pagano said tight end Coby Fleener remains day-to-day. He did not practice Tuesday afternoon. Tight end Dwayne Allen was in pads Tuesday and took monitored reps. Coach Pagano did not know whether either would play on Saturday.
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