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The Indianapolis Colts decided to revise their offseason workout schedule, which will now end before the month of June arrives.
Though the Colts were intended to have three OTA sessions in May and early June followed by mandatory minicamp in to end the offseason in the middle of June, the Colts will be on site for the next two weeks before breaking for summer.
Center Ryan Kelly, who is the team’s representative for the NFL Players’ Association, told reporters Monday that it was a collaborative effort between the players, the coaching staff and front office to decide on the revised schedule.
The Colts are seemingly skipping mandatory minicamp but going through individual and team work over the next two weeks. This will give the Colts roughly two full months to prepare for the 17-game schedule in 2021.