Andrew Luck will get a crash course in life as an NFL rookie.
The No. 1 pick in April's draft reported to training camp on time Saturday and was the second Colts' player to take questions from reporters.
So far, Luck has been limited in what he's been able to do with his teammates. Over the next three weeks, offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen say Luck will take plenty of snaps.
But only one player could upstage Luck's entrance, and Reggie Wayne did. The five-time Pro Bowler showed up in military fatigues alongside seven uniformed soldiers and as part of a three-Humvee caravan to Anderson University, about 30 miles northeast of Indy.
Wayne says it's a message to his teammates about being selfless this season.
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