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AFL Legacy Games will honor, confuse and mildly annoy, writes Alan Burge.
Jeremiah Johnson could have shoulder surgery according to a PFW note Burge found.
An alteration to the league's pension plan is prompting longtime offensive line coach Howard Mudd to retire, reports Chris Mortensen.
Football Outsiders subscribes to Peter King's Twitter, and he says Marvin Harrison is finished.
The Colts bring back Ed Johnson, says Phil Richards.
In light of the Johnson news, the standards of conduct under Tony Dungy are gone, columnizes Bob Kravitz.
Johnson's return is a low-risk, high-reward move, says John Oehser.
Oehser considers the Colts' third quarterback and left guard.
Five non-stories surrounding the Colts, according to Oehser.
Breaking down the roster, Oehser looks at running backs.
Tickets for a June 6 minicamp practice at Franklin College go on sale Friday, according to Colts.com.
Derrick Harvey and Quentin Groves make back-to-back appearances at No. 7 and No. 8 on Don Banks' list of 2008 rookies who need to deliver this fall and erase memories of underachieving debuts.