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During the 2012 preseason there will be certain players that we'll go back and specifically watch for during the games, trying to get a feel for who will help this team in 2012, and who needs to go home. Prior to the first preseason game against St. Louis, I shared eight players that I would be watching during the game, all eight of which will be reviewed extensively on Colts Authority, along with several other players. The previously reviewed players are listed here: Jerrell Freeman | George Foster | Kris Adams and Quan Cosby | Korey Lindsey Mewelde Moore.  A utility back, a career backup, and knowledgeable veteran.  Moore came from Pittsburgh this season, entering his ninth season, following his former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to Indianapolis. Moore has started fifteen games over his eight-year career, and has averaged about 62 rush attempts per season. Even that is a bit of a misleading stat, as Moore has attempted 35 or less runs in five of the last six seasons...
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