Colts hoping to turn things around at Tennessee
The Indianapolis Colts are trying to get back on the right road.
On their first two trips outside Lucas Oil Stadium this season, they've lost by an average of 23 points. But Andrew Luck and Bruce Arians insist they can change that.
While the Colts (3-3) have surprised some by surpassing last season's victory total, the next big step in this rebuilding project is proving they can win on the road - something commonplace during the Peyton Manning Era.
Indy could be getting some help soon, too. It announced Wednesday that rookie defensive tackle Josh Chapman will start practicing with the team. He has been on the reserve-non-football injury list since training camp opened. Indy also has signed outside linebacker Monte Simmons to the practice squad.
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