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2012 Colts Training Camp Primer: Who To Follow On Twitter

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAY 4: Head coach Chuck Pagano of the Indianapolis Colts looks on during a rookie minicamp at the team facility on May 4, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAY 4: Head coach Chuck Pagano of the Indianapolis Colts looks on during a rookie minicamp at the team facility on May 4, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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Training camp is all about information.

Who looks good? Who sucks? Who's hurt? Who's healthy? How do the rookies look?

It's arguably the best part of the season because, from now until Week One, everyone on the roster has potential.

For many of you who cannot attend Colts training camp, or who will only be there for the odd day or so, we've compiled a list of people we recommend you follow on Twitter. Some of these folks will seem obvious to a few of you. Others might be a bit more interesting in terms of what they tell you.

Oh, and if you don't have Tweet Deck installed, or you don't use the web version, I recommend you start. It makes the Twitter experience so much better.

First off, you should follow @StampedeBlue because it is there where you can see me rant and rave with Jim Irsay directly on Twitter.

The Stampede Blue staff who are attending camp: Matt Grecco @mgrex03 and Josh Wilson: @Coltsfanwilson

Other bloggers: Nate Dunlevy (who got credentialed... finally!) @NateDunlevy, Kyle Rodriguez @ColtsAuth_Kyle, Collin McCollough @cmcollo

Newspaper: Phillip B. Wilson @pwilson24, Mike Chappell @mchappell51, Phil Richards @prichards, Bob Kravitz @bkravitz, Reggie Hayes @reggiehayes1, Tom James @TribStarJames, George Bremer @gmbremer

Radio: Derek Schultz @Schultz1260, Jake Query @jakequery, JMV @jmv1070

TV: Jason Spells @JasonSpells, Anthony Calhoun @ACwishTV