- Lucas Oil Stadium
- Head Coach
- Frank Reich
- Offensive Coordinator
- Nick Sirianni
- Defensive Coordinator
- Matt Eberflus
- Special Teams Coach
- Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
- Defensive Scheme
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (calf) didn't take part in organized team activities on Tuesday due to a calf strain. Head coach Frank Reich said Luck was being held out as a precaution and he will be re-evaluated at the start of next week. Luck will be fine after an impressive bounce-back season in 2018. Many fantasy owners wanted nothing to do with Luck after shoulder surgery, but he proved all the doubters wrong. He'll be coveted as a high-end QB1 this fall.
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard (ankle) is unlikely to be involved in on-field activities until training camp after having a minor procedure on his ankle recently that will keep him out roughly six weeks. The 2018 Defensive Rookie of the Year and first-team All-Pro is expected to be ready for training camp. Leonard suffered his injury early last year, but he still played in 15 games and led the entire league in total tackles (163) and solo tackles (111). He also had seven sacks, eight QB hits, 12 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two interceptions and eight passes defensed. Leonard was an elite IDP asset in his rookie season.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (ankle) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice. It's a bit of a surprise, as he was expected to be brought along slowly after suffering a low and high ankle sprain in Week 14 of last year. He still managed to catch 32 passes for 628 yards and a score in the team's final six games, including two playoff contests. The 29-year-old finished with 76 grabs for 1,270 yards and six touchdowns in 14 games. Hilton has reached the 1,000-yard mark in five of his seven NFL seasons. He'll be in high demand in 2019 drafts as Indy's offense continues to improve.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron (groin), who underwent surgery on his groin in April, is sitting out of organized team activities this week. He's not expected to miss significant time, but he could be limited over the next few weeks as a precaution. Ebron made his first career Pro Bowl in 2018 after catching 66 passes for 750 yards and 13 touchdowns, which were all career highs. He set the Colts single-season record for a tight end with his 13 scores and led all NFL tight ends in receiving touchdowns. With Ebron and Jack Doyle out this week, Mo Alie-Cox was running as the No. 1 tight end. He's really improved his route running, but he won't make a fantasy impact in 2019 unless injuries occur ahead of him. Ebron is unlikely to improve upon last year, but he'll surely be a high-end TE1 target because of his excellent 2018 campaign.
Indianapolis Colts wide receivers Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell have been impressing during organized team activities this week. Funchess caught everything thrown his way on Tuesday. Campbell, a second-round pick, didn't look like a rookie in his first full team practice. He showed off his speed by running routes all over the field. Campbell also worked as a punt returner alongside Chester Rogers. Campbell is worth a look in dynasty/keeper leagues this year, while Funchess will be looking to bounce back as a value pick after disappointing his owners in his final season in Carolina.