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  • D.J. Chark WR-JAX
    6/19, 10:55 pm
    • Chark showed a solid rapport with...

      Chark showed a solid rapport with new quarterback Nick Foles at minicamp, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.

      Analysis: Chark had only 174 receiving yards during his rookie season, so it's good to see him developing some early chemistry with the new signal caller. The 22-year-old looked raw in his debut campaign last season but the upgrade to Foles at QB provides a significant opportunity for the young wideout to utilize his 6-foot-4, 198-pound frame. Chark won't be gifted any playing time though and will enter training camp battling for the No. 3 wide receiver role with Chris Conley and Keelan Cole.

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  • 6/19, 10:49 pm
    • Cole illustrated a solid comfort level...

      Cole illustrated a solid comfort level with new quarterback Nick Foles during minicamp, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.

      Analysis: Cole is coming off a disappointing season which saw him relegated to a minimal offensive role due to ball security issues, but the offseason addition of Foles at QB could represent a fresh start. The 26-year-old flashed his potential during his rookie campaign with 748 receiving yards in 2017, but he will have to battle for reps as the No. 3 wide receiver with the likes of Chris Conley and D.J. Chark heading into training camp.

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  • 6/19, 8:49 pm
    • Hines is expected to handle third-down...

      Hines is expected to handle third-down duties with Marlon Mack as the lead back, head coach Frank Reich told the Indianapolis Star Tribune.

      Analysis: Reich made his comments after Indy's recent minicamp as Hines has retained his third-down role during spring practices despite the Colts adding Spencer Ware to the backfield. Hines will battle Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Williams for the No. 2 RB role.

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  • Ben Banogu LB-IND
    6/19, 7:48 pm
    • The Colts have decided to have...

      The Colts have decided to have Banogu initially play defensive end, but his role could eventually expand to include time at linebacker, defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus told the Indianapolis Star.

      Analysis: Banogu, a second-round pick in April, could eventually play linebacker in the team's base defense and rush from the end in sub-packages. However, it sounds like he'll begin on the defensive line. Still, his role could be in flux early in the season as the Colts try to move him around the field to put him in spots to rush the passer.

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  • 6/19, 6:46 pm
    • Taylor "didn't pop much" during offseason...

      Taylor "didn't pop much" during offseason practices, Travis Haney of the Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Haney also noted the team didn't work on many passes down the field, implying Taylor's role will likely be as a deep threat in 2019. That makes sense given the team's addition of both A.J. Brown and Adam Humphries, meaning Taylor could be relegated to playing primarily in four-receiver sets. On the other hand, Brown is already battling a hamstring injury, which could help Taylor maintain a bigger role in the offense -- at least early on.

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