Fisher shared some thoughts on Chuck Cecil's first OTAs as defensive coordinator.
"I’m completely comfortable. He worked very, very closely with Jim [Schwartz] and we are not changing anything. I think he shocked the offense Monday and blitzed four out of the first five team snaps and caught Dinger off guard. He settled back into a normal mode today."
Fisher also discussed the QB situation and said out-right that VY was still the no. 2 QB.
Raphael LIttle is finally healthy after rehabbing through his whole rookie campaign, and it'll be good fun to see if he can make a spot for himself on the roster.
Kearse had a small-time knee scope a few days ago, and it's keeping him out of OTAs at he moment. Still, it should be no big deal going forward.
The Colts may be losing Howard Mudd and Tom Moore because of callous changes in the way the league structures the pension plan for coaches, and Florio goes over the idea of a coaches union in response.
Don Banks has a good list of players entering their second year that need to make an impact.
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