Colts Buzz: 7/17

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Former Indianapolis Colt Gilbert Gardner is preparing to host a three-day, free football camp. Attendies will be between the ages of 12 and 18 and will have an opportunity to learn about the game of football and get some tips from NFL and collegiate players and coaches. This will be the second year Gardner hosts this camp and hopes it will run very smoothly now that they've had a year to work out the kinks. The camp will be held at Wildcat Stadium, where he played football in high school. Click here and get all of the details on the camp, who will be there, and what Gardner hopes to accomplish!  

Following his team's victory in Super Bowl XLI, Tony Dungy seriously considered retirement. Obviously, it would have been a optimal time for him to retire. He could go out on top of a very successful coaching career and look back with a smile right? Yet coach Dungy decided to stay, not completely because of football, but also because of the opportunity that lay before him this season. Tony Dungy finds himself in the limelight and he knows it will continue on into the season. He has already begun to seize this opportunity with the release of his autobiography. Click here and find out why he decided to stay for another year!  

Bryan Fletcher (Getty Images)

On July 13th we reported in the Colts Buzz that the Colts' "Make It Personal" tour was planning to visit the Grange Insurance All-Star Football Classic at Carmel High School. The event has come and gone and went off with huge success! Bryan Fletcher, Keith O'Neil and some of the Colts cheerleaders were on hand to sign autographs and the event also marked a big day for the Colts Kids Club. The event contained lots of activities for the kids who attended. Click here for a full report and some great stories from the day!  

The fallout following the signing of Dwight Freeney to his six-year, $72 million contract is still in the air.'s Pat Kirwan took the opportunity to look at players' salaries and how they've climbed to the big numbers that they have and what Freeney being signed to a big contract will mean for some other star pass-rushers as their contracts expire and they look to to make some big bucks. Dwight Freeney was the most recent rock thrown into the pond, click here to see what ripples will likely follow!  

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