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Topic - Stanley Havili
Walk around Colts training camp, and it's like taking a trip around the world.
Southern California fullback Stanley Havili was allowed to return to practice Saturday after a one-day ban for a pre-training camp fight with teammate T.J. Bryant.
Southern California cornerback T.J. Bryant had surgery on his left cheekbone Thursday after getting into a fight with teammate Stanley Havili last week.
"You're representing the whole island every time you pull that jersey on, you're representing your mom and dad," Havili said, explaining that's a traditional part of Polynesian culture. "My dad provided for eight kids by driving a bus, and he still drives a bus, and I think about that every time I come out here on the field. It motivates me."
"It meant a lot for T.J. and my teammates to say they wanted me out there on this field," said Havili, who was limited in Saturday's practice because of a sore hamstring. "I feel like we had a bonding moment, you could say that. Me and T.J. are totally cool toward each other."