It’s not the first time that Colts teammates have gotten together during the “dog days” of the offseason.
Specifically, Andrew Luck teamed up with some of his wide receivers last year at Stanford including Moncrief, while Matt Hasselbeck and Griff Whalen went to Washington for some workouts.
Either way, it’s great to see that the Colts young wide receivers are working together and building rapport with one another.
The Colts have as talented of a wide receiver trio as nearly any group in the NFL with Hilton, Moncrief, and Dorsett; however, Hilton is the “veteran” of the group at the tender age of 26 years old.
While some wide receivers in the NFL can be seen as selfish–in the Terrell Owens mode, the Colts wide receivers appear to be rather selfless.
Each member of the talented trio likely realizes that some of their success next season will depend on how well their wide receiver teammates can get open, which will mean more single coverage and favorable matchups for each wideout respectively.
One thing that is unclear is who will be throwing the Colts young wide receivers corps footballs during their offseason workouts. Throwing to blazing fast wideouts, that quarterback–if he’s indeed a Colts player, may want to save some arm for camp with all of those deep throws.
Simply put, there’s a lot of speed to burn.