Day 13 Impressions: A spirited day in full pads, Coby Fleener is back and could the Colts have their own Darren Sproles?Posted by on August 14, 2013 – 5:30 pm
The Colts had their final full padded practice in Anderson on Wednesday.
It was an extremely spirited afternoon practice from 1-on-1 drills to some competitive 11-on-11 sessions.
Here are three takeaways from day 13…
A very competitive afternoon in Anderson: With the full pads back on, the Colts definitely got after it during the two-hour plus practice on Wednesday.
Special teams coverage was a focus early on in practice before the team divided into positional groups.
You had some spirited one-on-one blocking drills in the Colts final padded practice before this weekend’s game with the Giants.
The offense and the defense both had their share of wins during 11-on-11 drills and you could tell Chuck Pagano was very pleased with how things operated on Wednesday.
Coby Fleener back out practicing: Fleener was back at practice on Wednesday, which was critical for a tight end group that was down to two healthy bodies the prior day.
Even though Fleener was out there, it was Justice Cunningham and Dominique Jones who continued to make some impressive catches with the first team offense.
The Colts obviously feel comfortable with the Cunningham/Jones duo because they haven’t rushed to make any moves at tight end with Dwayne Allen sidelined.
Speaking of Allen (who is now walking on a boot at practice), there’s no one happier on the Colts sideline when the tight ends catch a pass during practice.
Could the Colts have their own Darren Sproles?: That name might not sit well to many Colts fans but maybe the team has acquired their own version of the former Chargers running back.
Rookie Kerwynn Williams has showed some flashes as an elusive receiver out of the backfield during training camp.
Williams role this season looks to be primarily on special teams but he caught a couple of passes with the first team offense during two-minute drills on Wednesday.
The Colts backfield does not have someone with the shiftiness of Williams so it would not be a surprise at all if down the road the seventh-round draft pick impacts the receiving game.
Tags: Coby Fleener, Dominique Jones, dwayne allen, justice cunningham, kerwynn williams
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