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Topic - Delone Carter
Austin Collie keeps telling the Indianapolis Colts he feels well.
Running back Ryan Mathews is targeting the Chargers' Sept. 10 season opener against the Oakland Raiders for his return from a broken collarbone suffered in San Diego's first preseason game.
The Indianapolis Colts wanted more protection for Peyton Manning and a more productive ground game.
His bald head glistening in the glare of television lights, Rob Long smiled with each answer he gave, a look of supreme satisfaction etched on his face.
Syracuse running back Delone Carter has had a misdemeanor assault charge against him reduced.
"I want to go in there and stick my nose in a linebacker," Carter said moments after being picked.