INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A lot has changed in one year for the Indianapolis Colts.
Quarterback Andrew Luck doesn't have to worry about shuttling back and forth across the country to classes. Indy's core group of veterans is back and the expectations are higher, too.
The Colts are just hoping the sequel to last season's amazing turnaround is even better than the original.
On Wednesday, the third day of offseason workouts, Colts players walked into the locker room and started talking what's different the second time around. Luck and Chandler Harnish, both rookie quarterbacks a year ago, say they're more comfortable now. And Coby Fleener, a second-year tight end, likes the familiarity with his new offense.
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In court documents filed Monday afternoon, 20-year-old Jacob McDaniel was officially charged with reckless homicide and pointing a firearm in the shooting death of a Noblesville teen.
Sunday night, Johnson County officers were called to a Whiteland home, when a woman called to say she was being attacked by her 18-year-old grandson.
Work began in the old Indianapolis City Hall on Monday morning.