Colts head coach Jim Caldwell (8/18/10)
On going to Toronto:
It gives an opportunity to work on some things that we are going to face during the course of the season in terms of a road trip with how we travel and what we go through. There are more nuances, particularly dealing with immigration and customs. Other than that, I think it will be a great experience for the team
On running back Devin Moore getting to work at kick returner:
He is going to get some (work), unless something unforeseen happens, but he is going to get a little work back there to see what he can do. We may give him a punt or two as well. We want to see him do his thing out there.
On safety Bob Sanders playing against the Bills:
I’m not certain how much or how many plays, but he will play.
On the offensive line:
I’m smiling because sometimes things don’t leave you with very many options. It just depends on the health of your team. And that is one that we don’t plan anything unusual. Let me put it that way.
Colts cornerback Jerraud Powers (8/18/2010)
On training camp in Anderson:
It’s been fun. I didn’t know we had this many fans in Anderson. Everyday it just seemed we had more people. It was a good crowd, a fun camp and we got a lot accomplished. If we had to come back here next year I would definitely be for it. I was at Terre Haute last year, which was a great place also, but being at a different spot was obviously good for this team just to see a new set of fans. I never knew we had this many fans, especially from kids on up to grown ups. It was fun. Every night felt like it was a big high school type of crowd. Not to say it had a high school feeling, but like a rivalry game, a packed out high school feeling. It was good.
On work not being over:
It is just like training camp going back to Indianapolis. It is not going to stop until the season starts. We are just basically taking training camp back to Indianapolis.