Found January 18, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
Paul Kuharsky is a generous guy. Since no Colt received an AFC South award in his list, he created a category just for them: Colt of the year: Pat Angerer, middle linebacker. As Indianapolis was not mentioned here at all, we create this category for the Colts. Angerer showed himself to be a quality starter who has to be in the lineup going forward. That may mean the end of Gary Brackett, the veteran middle linebacker who was hurt in Week 1 and missed the season. Angerer is a rangy, instinctive player who’s sure to impress new general manager Ryan Grigson.  
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