Trent Richardson will open camp as the starting running back.
ESPN Colts reporter Mike Wells believes Trent Richardson will not be given a long leash by the team if he doesn't produce quickly this season.
Colts coaches say Trent Richardson is now relying more on his instincts when running instead of thinking it through.
Trent Richardson said he's back down to 225 pounds after ballooning to 240 after his postseason shoulder surgery.
Trent Richardson is getting the bulk of first-team work at OTAs.
Trent Richardson says he's "knows" the Colts playbook now, as opposed to last year when he merely "remembered" it.
After reviewing tape of his 2013 season, Trent Richardson said he was trying to do too much.
Coach Chuck Pagano stressed that it's "very, very important" for Trent Richardson to be present for the entire offseason program.
ESPN's Mike Wells believe the Colts are comfortable going into the season with Trent Richardson, Vick Ballard, and Ahmad Bradshaw as the top three running backs on the depth chart.
Trent Richardson rushed for two yards or fewer on 101 of his 188 carries last season, and was stopped for a loss or no gain 41 times.
Asked Friday if he would still make the Trent Richardson trade, Colts GM Ryan Grigson replied "yes."
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Trent Richardson underwent shoulder surgery following the Colts' Divisional Round loss, but that it was "only a scope."
ESPN Colts reporter Mike Wells expects the team's running back position to be a "wide-open competition" for 2014.
Trent Richardson said his top priority this offseason is to learn the Colts' offensive system.