TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - The Cook Stadium stands were filled for the Indianapolis Colts' light workout this morning at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
So was the sideline, with players who either haven't been cleared to practice or are limited to one practice a day.
Following a one-a-day regimen, at least for the time being, are wide receiver Marvin Harrison, running back Joseph Addai, cornerback Tim Jennings, defensive end Robert Mathis, center Jeff Saturday, linebacker Gary Brackett and offensive tackle Ryan Diem.
Those seven should be back on the field this afternoon at 3:30 when coach Tony Dungy puts the team through a full-pads workout.
Overall, 16 players did not practice this morning. That included six players on the physically unable to perform list: quarterback Peyton Manning, defensive end Dwight Freeney, safety Bob Sanders, guard Ryan Lilja, linebacker Tyjuan Hagler and rookie tight end Tom Santi.
Defensive tackle Pitcock still missing
Quinn Pitcock still has not reported to camp. Dungy reiterated the second-year defensive tackle is dealing with "personal issues" and would not elaborate. Pitcock is on the reserve/did not report list and does not count against the 80-player camp roster.
Fans show up while players sit out at Colts training camp
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