The Colts practice for the final time before kicking off the preseason

The Colts kept it simple in their final tune up at Anderson University before kicking off the preseason. The team held a walk through indoors before moving outside for a practice on the turf in shells. The session cut about an hour short, as the team continues to taper off leading up to Sunday's match up against St. Louis.

The Colts haven't been that successful in the preseason, just five wins in the past seven years, but this year the four games leading up to the regular season are quite important. They are basically starting over from scratch with a new general manager, head coach and franchise quarterback. With all of the unknowns everyone is just excited to see what this team will look like on Sunday's.

"We've come such a long way in this whole process and to actually to the product out there on the field against another team in a different colored jersey is exciting, I can't fake that," said Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson.

Quarterback Andrew Luck is the number one question this weekend, will he be able to handle his first NFL preseason start? Head coach Chuck Pagano does expect Luck to get a little more playing time then what a starter does in a traditionally preseason opener.

"If we can get two three series and say 18-25 snaps somewhere in there that would be a great start for him."

The Colts are keeping an eye on defensive end Cory Redding this weekend, he is a game time decision with an injured elbow. Aside from monitoring his status the Colts will hold a number of meetings on Saturday to go over tape of practice as well as work on pregame preparations. The new look Colts officially make their debut on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.