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Colts News: Quenton Nelson wanted to stay at guard

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Colts Quenton Nelson wanted to stay at left guard
Indianapolis Colts' Quenton Nelson told the media Monday that he wanted to remain at left guard but was willing to switch to left tackle if the team needed him to.

Colts announce second vaccination clinic at Lucas Oil Stadium with walk-up appointments
The Indianapolis Colts announced they will team up again with Meijer to offer COVID-19 vaccinations at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Colts’ offseason work cancelled mandatory minicamp Compromise
Recent give-and-take between management and players resulted in an altered, condensed offseason program for the Indianapolis Colts

Colts Monday Notebook: Players Will Practice Next Two Weeks, Forego Rest Of Spring Work | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan

Colts coach Frank Reich sticks his neck out for Carson Wentz
Reich knows all eyes will be on him as the quarterback tries to get back to a high level of play, and he believes Wentz will reward his faith.


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Colts coach Frank Reich bets big on Carson Wentz: ‘I’m confident we’ve got the right player’ – The Athletic
Reich isn’t on the hot seat, but Wentz’s performance will be something of a referendum on the man responsible for his coming to Indy.

What the numbers tell us about reasonable expectations for NFL rookies – The Athletic
Aspirations are often far too high for first-year NFL players, but history tells us they shouldn't be, unless it's Quenton Nelson.


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