Plugging LB holes is Colts' specialty

Originally Published: June 17, 2009
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Under former coach Tony Dungy, the Indianapolis Colts had an emotional rallying cry that captured their collective mindset: Next man up. That credo was literally the case at the outside linebacker spot for much of Dungy's tenure.

In a five-season span (2003-2007), the Colts lost four starting outside linebackers as unrestricted free agents: Mike Peterson, Marcus Washington, David Thornton and Cato June. Thanks to the resourcefulness of the coaching staff and the foresight of general manager ...

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