The Colts will bump things up a little earlier on Thursday with meetings beginning at 7:30 in the morning.
Bruce Arians said practice would commence in the morning with the players leaving the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center by 1:30-2:00 p.m. After that, the players will head home to their families.
On Wednesday, the players offered a few thoughts on what they are thankful for this holiday season:
Quarterback Andrew Luck:
“Very fortunate enough to be in this situation. Great teammates, great city to be a part of, got a great family so I’m very fortunate.”
Running Back Vick Ballard:
“Just being healthy. Health and family. There are a lot of people out there that are sick and in the hospital, and without family, so just health and family.”
Defensive End Cory Redding:
“I’m very thankful for everything that’s given to me because I know in a split second it can be taken away. Never take that for granted, this opportunity to play in this league. Just to be in this locker room with this beautiful group of men and continue to play football is truly a blessing and all of us have a lot to be thankful for. Every day above ground is a great day.”
Outside Linebacker Robert Mathis:
“Blessed to have two beautiful boys back in January. I’m thankful to have a job. There are a lot of things that you should never take for granted.”
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