TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The Colts continued on with annual tradition Wednesday atcamp.
The team invited a group of kids from Riley Children's Hospitalto watch the morning practice, get autographs from their favoriteplayers and, most importantly, meet Blue, the team mascot.
"To have an opportunity to participate and help Riley is a realpleasure," head coach Jim Caldwell said.
The players look forward to this day almost as much as the kids,if not more. They said it reminds them of there kids and familiesback home.
"The kids have a lot to talk about as they go back to school thenext few days, talking about the visit with coach Caldwell, Blue,some of the colts players. They'll definitely be smiling for daysto come," Jason Mueller of Riley Children's Hospital said.
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