INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Colts receiver Hakeem Nicks doesn't look at Saturday's game as a chance to prove the Giants wrong.
He sees it as a chance to show the Colts he can do anything they need.
It's been an unusual start to the preseason for Nicks. His first game with Indy came at MetLife Stadium, his former home. Now, his home debut will come against his former team and in the same venue, Lucas Oil Stadium, where he helped the Giants win their last Super Bowl title.
Nicks isn't the only familiar New York face on the Colts' sideline. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who scored the winning touchdown in that game, joined the Colts last year, though it's unclear whether he'll play after wearing a non-contact jersey at practice all week.

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