Former Colt, Joe Ehrmann, has long since retired from pushing offensive linemen around and is now trying to create change across the country through discussion and teaching. Ehrmann played for the Colts for eight seasons ('73-'80) and is remembered as being a member of one of the Colts' most impressive defensive lines. He has spent the last several years trying to bring about change in Baltimore and across the country through the medium of sports. His most recent forum is MyIndianaFootball.com. Get the full scoop on how he's creating change in the minds and hearts of players and coaches in this feature!
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On September 6th the regular season will begin and so will the Colts' journey to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Many are saying the Colts will come close, but come up short, that they lost too much talent in the off-season - do you agree? Hopefully not and some Colts fans are even saying this year's team has the potential to better than last years! Click here for a fellow Colts-fan's analysis and see why he's convinced the Colts will repeat as World Champions!
As speculation of who will be cut while trimming the roster down to 53 continues, the best place to go is to the men in charge. Head coach Tony Dungy says, "We have a lot of guys who have played well...they're going to make for interesting cuts. That's a good problem to have." Click here for his thoughts on the process as well as some hints on who might be staying!