Campbell (foot) is 100 percent healthy and has been running routes since March or April, Andrew Walker of Colts.com reports.

The 2019 second-round pick had terrible luck as a rookie, suffering a sports hernia, a broken hand, a fractured foot and a hamstring injury. He somehow managed to play seven games in between, putting up an 18-127-1 receiving line on 196 offensive snaps. The Colts expect Campbell to handle a much bigger role in Year 2, with coach Frank Reich specifically mentioning the slot as a place where the soon-to-be 23-year-old should thrive. T.Y. Hilton and rookie second-round pick Michael Pittman also are capable of working inside, while Campbell has the size/speed profile to function as an outside receiver if need be. Reich will have plenty of options as he decides how to deploy his wide receivers for new quarterback Philip Rivers.

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