Every year, up-and-coming players show enough in camp to push out some veterans. These five players need to step up in camp and the preseason to keep their jobs. Brad Keller takes a look.
Updates on Antoine Winfield, Shawn Springs, Roy Hall, Ted Ginn Jr and others can be found in this roundup of news from BuckeyeSports.com's Professionally Speaking.
Scout.com reports on three Indianapolis Colts who will gather attention at training camp, which begins Thursday at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute. Read Scout.com's breakdown and see what ColtPower's Eric Hartz thinks inside!
More injury updates ... how Rocky Boiman got noticed on Friday ... will free agent John Navarre really challenge Jim Sorgi for the number two spot? ... how's Kelvin Hayden faring at left cornerback? ... a look at rookies Ed Johnson and Melvin Bullitt and more in today's Camp Insider Notes!
Two former Ohio State players and a former Texas Tech defensive linemen have agreed to terms as the Colts race the clock to get their rookie class signed by Monday.
Roy Hall is big, he's fast and he has naturally soft hands. So why was he the fith-best wide receiver at Ohio State? Is this kid headed for NFL stardom or to while away his time on the practice squad? Only time and Hall's own determination will tell.
According to all who attended Ohio State's annual pro day it appears that Roy Hall helped himself the most. Hall put up eye-popping numbers in every single event he performed in. Several NFL scouts talked with Hall about scheduling private workouts at their facilities. Bill Greene spoke with Hall about his pro day experience immediately after the testing ended.