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    • Fri, Jul 20, 12:55pm

      General manager Chris Ballard said Hooker (knee) will begin training camp on the team's Physically Unable to Perform list, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star reports.

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      Analysis: Ballard indicated that Hooker could be back on the field as soon as mid-August, though it's possible that the safety's absence could extend into the preseason. With Clayton Geathers (knee) also working his way back from injury, T.J. Green or Ronald Martin are the favorites to open training camp with the first-team defense.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 12:49pm

      General manager Chris Ballard indicated Friday that Mack (shoulder) has received full medical clearance, and the running back will be ready for the start of training camp, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star reports.

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      Analysis: Mack, who was unavailable for the Colts' offseason workout program, is bouncing back from shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum that he played through for most of his rookie season. Now healthy, Mack will open training camp as the team's No. 1 running back, though he'll need to fend off rookies Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins in order to remain atop the depth chart. Robert Turbin is also around, but he's suspended for the first four games of the regular season due to a violation of the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 12:31pm

      Geathers (knee) will likely start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star reports.

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      Analysis: According to Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis, Geathers underwent offseason knee surgery to repair an injury that 'flared up late last year.' The safety is reportedly '80 percent' recovered, though, and there isn't any concern over his availability for the start of the regular season. With Geathers likely to be sidelined during the opening days of training camp -- alonside Malik Hooker (knee) -- Ronald Martin could take extended reps with the first-team defense.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 12:20pm

      General manager Chris Ballard said Friday that Luck (shoulder) will be given regular days off during training camp, but the quarterback won't be under any limitations when he's on the field, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

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      Analysis: Ballard went on to say that Luck has been throwing the ball as well as he's ever seen, and even stated that his starting quarterback will be available to play at some point in the preseason. There's even a chance that Luck will be available for the preseason opener Aug. 9 against the Seahawks, though Ballard indicated that decision is yet to be made. Regardless, Luck -- who spent time throwing with receivers in California this month, according to Dave Calabro of 14 WTHR Indianapolis -- continues to trend in the right direction, and the signal caller seems well on track to be of service to fantasy owners from the outset of the regular season.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 11:40am

      General manager Chris Ballard indicated that Swoope (undisclosed) is healthy in advance of training camp, Dave Griffiths of CBS 4 Indianapolis reports.

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      Analysis: Swoope, who's competing for a depth role at tight end, missed the majority of the Colts' offseason program with an undisclosed injury. While Ballard also suggested that Swoope could be limited from the outset of training camp, there doesn't seem to be any concern over his preseason availability.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 11:36am

      General manager Chris Ballard said Leonard (quadriceps) is 'good to go' for training camp, George Bremer of the Indianapolis Herald Bulletin reports.

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      Analysis: Leonard was a limited participant in a good portion of the Colts' offseason workout program, but it doesn't sound as if the linebacker will be under any limitations during training camp. A second-round pick in this year's draft, Leonard is one of the favorites to open the regular season in one of the starting spots at outside linebacker.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 8:58am

      Andrews (undisclosed) returned to practice Friday.

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      Analysis: The rookie third-round pick missed the first practice of training camp with an undisclosed muscle-tissue injury, but it's apparently not a major concern. The quick return should help Andrews in his battle for playing time with first-round pick Hayden Hurst and incumbent starter Nick Boyle. Given that he's the least experienced blocker of the bunch, Andrews is unlikely to get many snaps outside of obvious passing situations.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 8:51am

      Stewart is facing a two-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

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      Analysis: The 2017 third-round pick allegedly tested positive for a diuretic or masking agent. He'll still be eligible for training camp and the preseason, but this won't help Stewart's chances to earn a meaningful role in a receiving corps with Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa (neck), Terrelle Pryor (ankle), Chad Hansen and Andre Roberts. Despite his draft status, the 24-year-old may enter camp on the roster bubble, following a rookie season with six catches in 15 games. There should be another update coming soon, as the NFL has yet to announce the suspension.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 7:38am

      Mayle (undisclosed) has been removed from the Physically Unable to Perform list, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

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      Analysis: Mayle passed a physical Friday morning and presumably will begin practicing within the next few days. He'll need to make a strong impression during training camp, considering Hayden Hurst, Mark Andrews (undisclosed) and Nick Boyle are all roster locks, with Maxx Williams also ahead of Mayle in the pecking order at tight end.

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    • Fri, Jul 20, 7:34am

      Watson (knee) said he will be a "full-go" for the start of training camp, NFL.com reports.

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      Analysis: Watson participated in everything besides 11-on-11 work at June minicamp, doing so without the assistance of a knee brace. He plans to ramp things up for the start of training camp, potentially returning to full practice participation less than nine months after tearing the ACL in his right knee. Even if he ends up being eased into practice, the 22-year-old quarterback clearly is on track for Week 1, with a shot to see some action during the preseason.

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