Mandatory minicamp kicks off at Colts complex

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The whole gang is back in town.

The Colts completed organized team activities with solid attendance numbers, but this week, attendance becomes mandatory, as the team wraps up its offseason schedule with a three-day minicamp.

“The main thing is just finish strong,” said wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. “Continue to do what you’ve been doing and just finish strong.”

On day two of minicamp, the Colts will host an open practice at Lucas Oil Stadium. Gates open at 2:00 p.m. for on-field activities, and practice itself begins at 5:25 p.m.

“It’s (fans’) first look at our 2016 team,” said linebacker Robert Mathis. “Everybody is excited. Fans, I know they will be and players are as well.”

Even though the offseason program concludes this week, the work will continue over some time off before training camp starts in late July.

“No relaxing,” added Mathis. “You go hard as you do just during OTAs and things of that nature. You have to stick to the script, same schedule and just get ready for camp.”

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