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 Tuesday, June 25th
By: Phillip B. Wilson, Indianapolis Star
Wilson writes on Brazill’s suspension that will cost him the first four games of the 2013 regular season.
Brazill can still take part in preseason practices and games with his scheduled return coming on Oct. 6 against Seattle.
Brazill was expected to be one of several receivers vying for the Colts’ top reserve spot behind Reggie Wayne, T.Y. Hilton and Darrius Heyward-Bey. Other receivers in the mix include Nathan Palmer, Griff Whalen and Jabin Sambrano. The Colts have three other undrafted rookie receivers.
Bradley Cicala, Brazill’s agent, declined comment except to say he would work with his client to try to help him return to the Colts. The team did not issue a statement.
By: Mike Chappell, Indianapolis Star
In a series that commemorates the Colts 30th year in the Circle City and the team’s 500th game on Dec. 1, Chappell is starting a piece that looks at the all-time team from an Indianapolis version.
Chappell’s three quarterbacks are Jim Harbaugh, Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning.
He goes into detail about how the contest will operate over the next month.
As the latest version prepares to report to Anderson University July 27 for the start of training camp, we take a position-by-position look at the best players from the previous 29 seasons. We’ll call it the all-time Indianapolis Colts team. Players are judged only on their careers with the Colts, and starting with the ’84 season.
Today, we ask for reader input. Vote below and enter our Ultimate Colts Team Contest at http://www.indystar.com/coltsquarterback. Every correct answer in the contest gives you an opportunity to win four Colts tickets to a 2013 regular season game. Follow the contest on Twitter at #UltimateColts.
Tags: Andrew Luck, LaVon Brazill
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