ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) - Indianapolis is heading home from training camp with more questions than answers.
Over the past three weeks, the Colts have seen five players go down with season-ending injuries, including their starting left guard and a potential starter at running back.
Their starting center, Khaled Holmes, is out for at least another week or two with a sprained right ankle. Half of their projected starting secondary has been limited over the past three weeks at training camp.
Coach Chuck Pagano has played it safe with Reggie Wayne, who may sit out Saturday's preseason game against the Giants. And it's unclear whether Trent Richardson has regained his form.
But the Colts aren't fretting. They say they did accomplished most of their goals at Anderson University.
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