Colts Buzz: 7/13

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At ESPN's ESPY Awards the Colts received three awards: Best Team, Best Championship Performance, and Best Coach-Manager. The Best Championship Performance was awarded to Peyton Manning for his MVP Super Bowl Performance; this is his third career ESPY Award. Best Coach-Manager went to Tony Dungy who, despite the loss of his son during the previous season, led his team to a Super Bowl victory this year and became the first African-American coach to win a Super Bowl. For the full scoop on the awards and evening click here! 

Former Colts offensive lineman Will Wolford, who now lives in Louisville, is considering buying a stake in an arena football team. Learn more about it here.

Last year the Colts' run defense finished last in the NFL, and a common complaint was the lack of size in the middle of the defensive line. The team expects to see improvement in that area this season, not because they added more size, but because of the improvement of undersized defensive tackle Raheem Brock. Head coach Tony Dungy said he was impressed with Brock's improvement near the end of the season and expects him to make a big jump this season. Click here and see how Brock and the coaches are feeling what they're expecting heading into the 2007 season!  

The Colts' "Make It Personal" Tour is set to visit the Grange Insurance All-Star Football Classic at Carmel High School on Saturday at 2 p.m. Fans will have the opportunity to meet and get autographs from the world champion Colts. There will also be opportunities to help a good cause with the Bleed Blue Blood Drive and enter some contests to win preseason tickets! Click here for more information!  

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