Collie has been a valuable addition to the Colt’s offensive arsenal during his first two seasons. He caught 60 passes for 676 yards and seven touchdowns in 16 games as a rookie, then hauled in 58 passes for 649 yards and eight scores in starting six of nine games last year.
Collie, like all his teammates, went through an off-season where workouts were elsewhere. When the team convened last week as the lockout ended, Collie returned to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. There, like a few of his teammates, he was cleared for action after a year that had been challenging physically.
Collie, a man of measured words, returned to the field today at Anderson University as the Colts began the training camp practice schedule. After the morning practice, he spoke about the experience.
“It’s good, it feels good,” said Collie. “It feels good to be back with the guys and make sure that we’re all on the same page to get going…It was fun, just going through the plays and asking questions. It feels good to be back with the team and be part of it again.”
Collie is going to be a popular name this year as a draft day target, and right now we have him ranked 19th among WRs with an ADP of the sixth round.