INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts will not have to travel far for this year's training camp. In fact, they won't have to travel at all.
The NFL said Tuesday that teams will conduct their camp at practice facilities. For the Colts, that means staying home at the West 56th Street Farm Bureau Football Center and not going to Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield.
According to the Colts, the league's decision was made "based on the medical assessment of current risk factors and in consideration for the health and safety of players and football staff."
The news comes as no surprise, but it means fans who have attended practices in the past will have to wait until 2021.
The Colts pre-season and regular-season schedules were released last month, but many questions remain, including whether fans will be in the stands this season at Lucas Oil Stadium.