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Character plays at least a bit role in every NFL • Absender: liny195, 18.09.2019 09:46

franchise’s evaluation process for the NFL Draft. If the greatest ability is availability Indianapolis Colts T-Shirts , it would be foolish to not emphasize how likely a young..." Indianapolis Colts Draft CentralKhari Willis emphasizes importance of decision-making, doing things the right wayNew,6commentsEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Khari Willis emphasizes importance of decision-making, doing things the right wayTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Gregory Shamus/Getty ImagesCharacter plays at least a bit role in every NFL franchise’s evaluation process for the NFL Draft. If the greatest ability is availability, it would be foolish to not emphasize how likely a young man is to professionally conduct himself through a rigorous season, off-season, and the kind of attention he will likely receive as he steps onto the big stage of a professional athlete. Will this young man make decisions that will represent his team, teammates and the league in a positive way or is he at risk of making poor decisions that will carry a heavy cost? Figuring these things out through limited interactions has to be incredibly difficult. If it was easy, no team would make the mistake of signing a hot headed player like Jeff George as the franchise quarterback. No team would draft Quinn Pitcock, who would quickly leave the game due to a video game addiction. Mike Ditka wouldn’t have leveraged the Saints’ future on Ricky Williams, whose battle with social anxiety derailed much of his career.The NFL Draft is immensely valuable to every team. There is no greater chance to build a roster. Getting it right will lead to success and the possibility to play for championships. Notable failures can set a franchise back for years.These observations make the 2019 NFL Draft interesting for the Colts. Perhaps no other Colts draft class is so clearly dominated by young men who have displayed leadership, earned the respect of their peers, vocalize their appreciation for their coaches and teammates, and broadly do an incredible job of representing themselves publicly.Will these traits translate to the football field? Did the Colts focus too much on character at the cost of finding those who are most likely to succeed against the best athletes in the world? That question will take some time to answer but one thing is clear, Chris Ballard has made locker room and culture-building a priority and this group of rookies will go a long way to solidifying the foundation he has been pouring.Rookie safety Khari Willis is a born leader. He grew up with 9 sisters and brothers, spent much of his time involved with sports at a free recreational center his father has directed for more than two decades, and donates considerable time giving back to his community. It is very important to him that he helps other young people navigate through a variety of circumstances https://www.coltsfanshop.com/hats , to make good decisions and to put themselves in position to reach their goals.His teammates at Michigan State clearly respected the man he was on the field and in the locker room. His coach and other Big 10 coaches were blown away by his leadership and character. His athletic abilities and on-field accomplishments are also entirely worthy of a third round selection. There is very little doubt that Willis will put in the work. He will dedicate himself to being the best player he can be and to helping the people around him succeed. He will very likely have a major off-field impact on the Indianapolis community. Do yourself the favor of sitting some time aside to watch a few videos that will help tell Willis’ story. Listen to his Big Ten address as he talks about his values and what is important to him. It is hard not to feel confident in the Colts’ future with young men like Khari Willis helping to lead the way. Even if the team falls short of its lofty goals, it will be super easy to cheer for a group like the one that is coming together at West 56th Street. For Colts’ Frank Reich, winning in preseason is nice, but evaluation is main goal | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVWESTFIELD, Ind. – There’s a bottom line. You play to..." Training CampStampede Blue Colts LinksColts News: Winning is Nice but Colts Coaches See Evaluation as Main Goal in PreseasonNew,1commentEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Colts News: Winning is Nice but Colts Coaches See Evaluation as Main Goal in PreseasonTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Justin Casterline/Getty ImagesFor Colts’ Frank Reich, winning in preseason is nice, but evaluation is main goal | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVWESTFIELD, Ind. – There’s a bottom line. You play to win the game! But perspective trumps Ws and Ls in the preseason. Listen to Frank Reich. A year ago, he was heading into his first preseason as a head coach.Day 11 Colts Training Camp Notebook: Deon Cain Playing Thursday | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterWhat happened at the Colts’ 11th practice of the 2019 Training Camp at Grand Park?2019 #ColtsCamp Notebook, Day 11: Putting In Final Preparations For BillsTuesday, Aug. 6, was the 11th practice day of the 2019 training camp for the Indianapolis Colts. What were some of the takeaways from the session?INJURIESJabaal Sheard Undergoes Knee Procedure; Steve Ishmael Dealing With Knee InjuryIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich today had updates on defensive end Jabaal Sheard Indianapolis Colts Hoodie , who has undergone a procedure on his knee, as well as wide receiver Steve Ishmael, who suffered a knee injury during Monday’s practice.Colts: Andrew Luck (calf) progressing, Jabaal Sheard (knee) could miss start of seasonAndrew Luck is doing more dynamic workouts, but Jabaal Sheard could miss the season opener after undergoing a procedure on his knee.Frank Reich ‘not flinching’ as Andrew Luck’s camp absence continues | FOX59WESTFIELD, Ind. – Andrew Luck’s extended absence from training camp isn’t amping up Frank Reich’s anxiety level. Credit Tony Dungy. “If I learned anything – and I learned a lot from Tony Dungy, working with him – he literally never flinched,’’ Reich said after the Indianapoli&hellip;D’ONTA FOREMANColts Claim RB D'Onta Foreman Off WaiversThe Indianapolis Colts today claimed running back D’Onta Foreman off waivers (from Houston) and waived running back Keith Ford.Colts claim running back D'Onta Foreman off of waivers from HoustonForeman rushed for 327 yards as a rookie in 2017 before tearing his Achilles tendon.PLAYERS GRABBING CAMP ATTENTIONUndrafted Rookie Hale Hentges ‘Surprising’ Colts’ Coaching StaffThe Indianapolis Colts have had an undrafted rookie make its Week 1 roster for 20 straight seasons. Tight end Hale Hentges is trying his best to push for a 21st straight year.Indianapolis Colts camp: Krishawn Hogan hopes to earn roster spotThe Warren Central and Marian product looks to stick after spending time on injured reserve and practice squad.Colts' Rock Ya-Sin tough to pin down on improbable NFL journey - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNWrestling was cornerback Rock Ya-Sin's first love, but his coach nudged him toward football as a high school junior, and the rest is history.Colts camp observations: Nyheim Hines, Jonathan Williams making some moves at running backBeyond the running backs, Kemoko Turay flashes pass-rush skills and the defense comes up big inside the red zone to end practice.The testimony of Clayton Geathers: The payoff is worth the pain – The Athletic"If the Good Lord wanted my career to be over," Geathers says, "that's His will. That's His will."Kemoko Turay, Tyquan Lewis have found their identities as Colts pass rushersSecond-year Colts players may improve a greatdeal but deal with limited opportunitiesADDITIONAL DAY 10 PRACTICE NOTESColts training camp 2019: Offense shines in two-minute drillDevin Funchess flashes, Rock Ya-Sin's daily highlight and a couple of other highlights.Day 10 Colts Training Camp Notebook: Rock Ya-Sin Continues To Show Strong Man Coverage | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterWhat happened at the Colts’ 10th practice of the 2019 Training Camp at Grand Park?<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="8dUJKL">COLTS MEDIA



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