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Do the Colts Practice Today?

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When the team plays on Sunday,  normally Monday and Tuesday are off days.

 

But since we played last Thursday, I think everyone will be at the facility today and tomorrow.

 

That said,   I don't think we're in pads and I don't think we're hitting.

 

That is saved for Wed-Fri.

 

Today and tomorrow are likely film study,  weight work,  possible walk-thru.     That type of thing.    But no contact.

 

I think that's the way this plays out.

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When the team plays on Sunday,  normally Monday and Tuesday are off days.

 

But since we played last Thursday, I think everyone will be at the facility today and tomorrow.

 

That said,   I don't think we're in pads and I don't think we're hitting.

 

That is saved for Wed-Fri.

 

Today and tomorrow are likely film study,  weight work,  possible walk-thru.     That type of thing.    But no contact.

 

I think that's the way this plays out.

 

I thought they come in for study on Monday normally and Tuesday is their regular day off?  I know Dungy used to give them Monday off after win from November on.

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I thought they come in for study on Monday normally and Tuesday is their regular day off?  I know Dungy used to give them Monday off after win from November on.

 

Monday is a short day....   you come in and watch the game tape from game the day before.

 

Anything else you do that day is "strictly voluntary"...    but I think technically speaking,  the rest of the day is a day off for the players to do whatever they want.     But what they want to do is soak in a cold tub and a hot tub...  and lift weights and maybe watch some film on the upcoming opponent.     But I think that much more voluntary than mandatory.

 

At least that's how it was when I covered the Rams and Raiders in the 80's and 90's.

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Monday is a short day....   you come in and watch the game tape from game the day before.

 

Anything else you do that day is "strictly voluntary"...    but I think technically speaking,  the rest of the day is a day off for the players to do whatever they want.     But what they want to do is soak in a cold tub and a hot tub...  and lift weights and maybe watch some film on the upcoming opponent.     But I think that much more voluntary than mandatory.

 

At least that's how it was when I covered the Rams and Raiders in the 80's and 90's.

 

Makes sense.  Me, I think I'd be playing golf!  Yes, I'd never make all pro.   haha

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