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Phil B on Caldwell

Phil B has some amazing stuff today.  Lots on Caldwell.  All good things…

I can say this. Raheem Brock will be more than just a defensive lineman. Remember last year, when the Colts tinkered with moving him all over on the line, and even stood him up at linebacker? Brock enjoys the variety and from the first glimpses at practices, it would appear the Colts are going to have more fun with him in that role. Also, Keyunta Dawson, a 14-game starter at defensive tackle last year despite being undersized at 254 pounds, has been moved to defensive end, his natural position from college. I’m anxious to see what kind of speed and pass-rushing skills he has on the edge. But the move is a clear indication the Colts will stack the middle with their biggest guys. Where the Colts once didn’t have heavy guys, they do now. Ed Johnson is well over 300 pounds. Daniel Muir is listed at 312 pounds. Rookie second-round pick Fili Moala is at 303 and rookie fourth-round pick Terrance Taylor is 319.