All eyes will be on No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck, a product of Jim Harbaugh's pro-style system at Stanford and a gentleman who is expected to be able to step in immediately at the QB position.
Luck isn't the only one making his debut in Indianapolis; it's the first training camp as a head coach for Chuck Pagano, the Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator last season.
Pagano is bringing his 3-4 defense with him, a big switch for the returning defenders who spent most of their career in the Tampa Two defense Tony Dungy installed when he was the head coach.
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