Colts to reload through draft
If the Colts are to successfully defend their title, they will need to be good again at filling vacancies with young players, writes Len Pasquarelli.
PHOENIX -- Remember this name: Freddy Keiaho.
As a rookie, the Indianapolis Colts' third-round choice in the 2006 draft earned a Super Bowl ring. For an encore, the former San Diego State star, who appeared in 14 games last season as a backup and special teams performer, will be counted on to earn a starting job at weakside linebacker with the defending Super Bowl champions.
That's just how things are for the Colts, a franchise that, perhaps more than any other in the league, trusts its ...
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