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COLTS DAILY HEADLINES: MAY 30TH EDITION

Posted by Kevin Bowen on May 30, 2013 – 9:05 am

Each morning Colts.com will take a look at the top headlines surrounding the Indianapolis Colts from around the globe. What is the local and national media saying about the Colts?

Take a look below at the top five pieces from Thursday, May 30th.

Colts’s new roster requires several scans

By: Philip B. Wilson, Indianapolis Star

Wilson used his blog to take a look at some of the new jersey numbers that he sees across the Colts practice field.

Numbers such as 17, 92 and 93 have a little different look to them in 2013 after the Colts added numerous names in the offseason.

Wilson talks about how the Colts roster didn’t have a high turnover rate over a majority of the last decade but the last two seasons have seen a plethora of new faces.

Colts notes: Hasselbeck is even more impressed with Andrew Luck in person

By: Mike Chappell, Indianapolis Star

Chappell’s OTA notebook from Wednesday leads off with veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck praising young signal caller Andrew Luck.

“I knew he was a great player,” Hasselbeck said Wednesday after the Indianapolis Colts’ latest organized team activity at their Northwestside complex. “I obviously saw him play in college and also last year.

“But I really didn’t know what kind of leader he was in the locker room. It just comes real natural to him. He’s got a great sense of when to pull somebody aside, how to deal with coaches, just how he treats everyone around him.

“He’s been off-the-charts impressive that way.”

Other entries in the notebook include a list of players who did not participate in Wednesday’s OTA practice with head coach Chuck Pagano saying the team is “erroring on the side of caution” with those injuries.


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