With training camp under way for the Indianapolis Colts, we all know most people won’t be able to make it to the stadium. With practice only being opened to the fans twice it’s important to know who to follow if you’re a Colts fan. Here are some suggestions.

Indianapolis Star

Stephen Holder and Zak Keefer have been providing updates from training camp so far this year. They also have a podcast that you can download called “Chopping Wood.” Also, Greg Doyle who will also provide great columns throughout the season.

Staying with the Indy Star, their sports editor is Matt Glenesk.

Television in Indy

Mike Chappell has been covering the Indianapolis Colts since 1984, and now works with Fox59/CBS4. He will also be attending training camp judging by his timeline.

Larra Overton also works with Fox59/CBS4.

Bob Kravitz, used to work at the Indianapolis Star but has moved onto to WTHR.

Jason Spells is Sports Anchor and Reporter for WTHR-TV.

Radio in Indianapolis

A lot of people forget, but JMV was one of the first people to report on Peyton Manning’s neck surgery issues.

Derek Schultz and Jake Query are both afternoon radio hosts on Fox Sports 97.5.

The Written Word in Indy

Kevin Bowen has been with Colts.com since 2010.

Jack Browne is an NFL News Writer with theScore.

George Bremer is the CNHI Sports Indiana executive editor.

Tom James is the Sports Writer TH Tribune-Star, covers the Indianapolis Colts, and he is not shy about tweeting anything Colts related.

Stampede Blue also has a new face, and his name is Matt Danely.

Our former lead writer here at Pro Football Spot, Jake Arthur has moved on but is still writing about the Colts.

Useful Twitter Takes

I couldn’t find JayVeeThree’s real name, but he will occasionally tweet about the Colts between Game of Thrones Tweets.

Another one who’s real name I don’t know but @ShouldntBragBut is another great follow on Twitter. He’s done a great job of updating his timeline with Colts news. 

Kyle Rodriguez has moved on from Colts Authority but will drop in from time to time with tweets.

Speaking of moving on, Josh Wilson of Stampede Blue left as well, although he did promise to still talk about Indy on his timeline.

Their twitter battles are things of legends, but Brad Wells and Nate Dunlevy both are not afraid to share their opinions on the current state in Indianapolis.

Chris Pimentel covers the Indianapolis Colts for Pro Football Spot. Follow ‘Indianapolis Colts on PFS’ on Twitter @spot_colts and Chris @Pimentel_03.