Colts Buzz: 6/26

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Colts President Bill Polian commented that running back could be a key position during training camp. Kenton Keith spent the last four seasons playing for the Saskatchewan Rough Riders of the CFL and signed with the Colts during this past off-season. Find out how he fits into the mix at the running back position and why this year could be a "now-or-never" scenario. 

Bill Brooks was drafted in the fourth round of the 1986 draft by the Colts. He spent seven seasons playing wide receiver for Indianapolis and has served as director of community development and player relations for the team since 1998. He now joins the board of directors of the Indiana Sports Corporation.
Find out why they chose him in this AP article.

Ryan Diem and Bryan Fletcher celebrate with a high five (Getty Images)

Chance Harper of says the Colts are "the cream of their division again entering 2007." Check out his analysis of the entire AFC South and what he thinks could be the one thing that holds the Colts back this year.

The price tag for Lucas Oil Stadium, the future home of the Colts, is coming in higher than expected; about 40 million dollars higher. Find out what caused the flux and what this will mean for fans and Indianapolis natives here!

Many of you probably remember defensive back Jeff Burris. A first-round draft pick in the 1994 draft, Burris played for 10 seasons in the NFL; four of those with the Colts. Click here to see what other dream of his has now come true.  

Living in the shadow of Peyton Manning requires patience and accepting your role. Back-up QB Jim Sorgi says "he's still driven by his competitive instincts and the hope some day of becoming a starting quarterback in the league." Click here and see what barriers he has had to overcome and the impact he has made in his limited playing time with the may be surprised.

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