Livescore Thursday, April 25

The Indianapolis Colts are set to begin mandatory minicamp Tuesday, which will be the final phase of the offseason workout program.

The three-day minicamp will take place Tuesday through Thursday, and unlike OTAs, the media will be present for all three days. This also will mark the end of the offseason workout program as the team will break for summer.

It doesn’t seem as if the Colts will have any contractual holdouts at minicamp. With running back Jonathan Taylor and wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. being the biggest names entering a contract year, there haven’t been any inklings of holdouts.

The pair have been dealing with some injuries, though. Taylor is recovering from an offseason ankle procedure while Pittman Jr. has missed OTAs due to a hip injury.

Minicamp will follow the same Phase III rules as OTAs. There won’t be any pads or contact permitted, but the offense and defense are allowed to square off against one another.

Jobs aren’t won in the spring, but minicamp will give us a good idea of what the depth chart and starting lineups look like before the team breaks for summer.

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