Over the last week or so, news has slowed down even more than it usually does during the offseason. With minicamps ending, there is literally nothing going on in terms of news. And if there is something going on, that's usually a bad thing for the player/coach in the news. For example, New Orleans starting cornerback Malcolm Jenkins made the news yesterday. Why? He got schooled by a high schooler at his own camp.
In all seriousness, the less news there is right now for the Colts, other than signing their draft picks and free agents, the better. I don't want to see what's happened to the Lions this summer occur in Indianapolis.
That being said, I hate slow news periods. It makes journalists reach at anything for a story. Because, without doing statistical or film studies over the summer, there really is very little of substance that we can say that hasn't already been said. It makes people go crazy.
Craziness abounds in this article by Brad Wells, and while I...