Colts taking precautions in case Harrison's knee problems persist

With Marvin Harrison's knee still a question mark, the Colts are focused on developing the back end of their receiving corps in an attempt to ensure consistency in the passing game, writes John Clayton.

Originally Published: June 20, 2008
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Little has changed on the Indianapolis Colts. Normally, free agency robs the Colts' defense as young starters hit the open market, but not this year. Head coach Tony Dungy is a master of taking raw, young athletes and fitting them into his Cover 2 scheme.

What we learned from minicamp

The offensive line looks solid despite the loss of right guard Jake Scott, who left for the rival Tennessee Titans in free agency. Charlie Johnson beat out Dylan Gandy for Scott's position, ...

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