Colts quarterbacks have been receiving some extra help from former Bills quarterback Frank Reich during training camp this year. Reich was in Buffalo when Bill Polian was the Bills' general manager and despite only being a backup, he left quite an impression on his GM. Polian offered him a standing offer to come coach if Reich ever so desired and this year he finally took him up on it. Click here and see how it's been a learning experience for not only the Colts' quarterbacks, but Reich as well!
|RB DeDe Dorsey|
Going into training camp the position of assisting Joseph Addai with the running load was completely up for grabs. Now after 3 1/2 weeks of camp and one preseason game...nothing's changed. The position is still wide open thus far, as neither DeDe Dorsey, Kenton Keith, nor Clifton Dawson has really differentiated themselves from the other two. Dorsey would appear to be the front-runner because he has a year of experience with the team, but he needs to make some adjustments before the Colts will be comfortable giving him the ball in the regular season. Phillip Wilson of the Indianapolis Star says the backs need to "think like starters." Find out exactly what he means and see what the backs are doing to try and stand out in this feature!
With the loss of Anthony McFarland the defensive line lost more than a good tackle, they lost a leader. McFarland's veteran leadership helped solidify a DT corps that was constantly being changed around. Now that responsibility falls on the shoulders of Raheem Brock. In his sixth year Brock is not old (even by NFL standards), but he welcomes the new role as the eldest DT on the team. How's he adjusting to his new responsibilities? Click here and find out!