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Caldwell: Working a Little Bit of Overtime

With a lot of new faces in new places this week, Jim Caldwell and the Colts coaching staff are putting in some long hours sorting out the depth chart, rotation and game plan for the Chiefs. Caldwell talked about the ever-evolving nature of the NFL Thursday in his media session.

On how WR Kenny Moore looked yesterday: "For a first day, he did fine. You can't expect him to come in and have a total grasp of everything that we do, but he did well for a first day." On if he'd like WR Kenny Moore to return kickoffs and punts: "It just depends. It depends on how it all works out. He certainly has the ability to do so. We'll see." On if sometimes having a new guy back... Recommended Stories

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