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Colts close quiet camp with new punter, renewed hope


AP Sports Writer

WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — First, Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich couldn’t wait for training camp to begin. Now, he can’t wait to get back home. Nearly a month after arriving at their summertime workout facility on the city’s northwest side, the Colts closed out a relatively uneventful camp with a final, light, indoor workout. They signed a new punter — one day after announcing Rigoberto Sanchez would miss this season with a torn Achilles tendon. An MRI confirmed second-year defensive end Kwity Paye avoided a serious left leg injury during Wednesday’s practice. And starting center Ryan Kelly missed his second straight practice after testing positive for COVID-19. Otherwise, it was pretty quiet.

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