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NFL Nation Buzz: Indianapolis Colts

Mike Wells says "minimizing mistakes" will be a focus for Colts quarterback Andrew Luck during training camp.

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Numbers don't lie with Colts' Thomas

Indianapolis gave OG Donald Thomas $14 million over four years in 2013 to help protect Andrew Luck. Injuries have limited him to two games. Grantland: All-bad contracts team

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Colts' Irsay excited about upcoming season

After the Colts made some key offseason acquisitions, owner Jim Irsay says he's excited entering this season, despite some of the potential distractions facing the team.

Colts Are Loaded At Receiver

With a bounty of weapons for their passing attack, the Colts will have an interesting battle for their No. 3 WR position. Phillip Dorsett or Donte Moncrief could end up spending more time on the sideline than their talents suggest. Yates: Position battles (Insider)

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Colts Are Loaded At Receiver

With a bounty of weapons for their passing attack, the Colts will have an interesting battle for their No. 3 WR position. Phillip Dorsett or Donte Moncrief could end up spending more time on the sideline than their talents suggest. Yates: Position battles (Insider)

Colts' Offense Continues To Improve

The Colts' average scoring output has improved in each season since they drafted Andrew Luck. With the additions of Frank Gore and Andre Johnson, expect that trend to continue this year. Top offenses (Insider)

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The NFL's top offenses: Why NE is still No. 1

Even with Tom Brady suspended for four games, Mike Sando remains high on the Patriots offense. But which other units fill out his top five? Here's a hint: A certain top-tier QB wasn't included.

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Clayton: The next big QB contract

Russell Wilson is the current QB embroiled in a contract debate. Who's next? Eli? Rivers? Luck? ... Bradford? Could any of them crack $25 million a season? Pending negotiations

No timetable for Robert Mathis return

The Colts' all-time sacks leader is rehabbing a torn Achilles. Said owner Jim Irsay: "The good news is Robert is trending in the right direction. ... The timetable is unknown. Will it be October 15? Will it be September 15? I really, at this point, no one knows." (via Indianapolis Star)

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Hilton, Colts talking long-term deal

Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton is reportedly seeking $14 million per year, but an agreement is unlikely to take place before training camp. Hilton is entering the final year of his rookie contract. NFL rumors roundup

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