Found October 17, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
Well, it's a bit of a slow day so far for finding good, current stories on the Colts.  Nonetheless, here's what I have so far: Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star says Allen and Fleener have been bright spots in the Colts' gloom.  The two haven't been super productive, but remember that they're rookie tight ends.  For rookies at that position, they're making some strides: “I thought they made great strides last week,” Arians said. “They had their best week of practice and it showed up in the game. They both played fast, they both played without a mental error for the first time this year. Let's hope the gloom Phil Richards spoke of doesn't last too long.      @MarcusDugan
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