Colts' expert George Bremer talks about why position battles are a good thing

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Colts' expert George Bremer talks about why position battles are a good thing

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Colts' expert George Bremer talks about why position battles are a good thing

George Bremer talks to Kevin Bowen about competition between teammates and how that is a good thing

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Colts' expert George Bremer talks to Kevin Bowen about the Colts' roster. Kevin Bowen asks Gorge how he feels about position battles between the Colts' roster and whether or not he feels that makes guys play better. George goes into the position battle between Bobby Okereke and Anthony Walker. George also goes into the guys that he thinks fans should watch for on the defensive side of the ball for the Colts tonight.

"Anthony Walker vs. Bobby Okereke. What are your thoughts on that so far?"

"Yea I think that one has been the most entertaining thing to watch so far. Early in camp it looked like it was Walker by a mile. He was getting almost all of the first team runs. Then it got to week two and all of a sudden it was Okereke all week long. I think that tells you that they are taking a good long look at both of these guys. It's not one of these every other day things. They are really giving them a chance to make plays over a number of days. They've done it with different combinations around them. I think it will be interesting to see how that plays out now that they're going live."

"If Parris Campbell gets back in time do you think they will still use Chester Rogers in the slot and give Parris Campbell a more specific package?"

"Yea it has been interesting because there is no doubt that this coaching staff has a lot of trust in Chester Rogers. They have vocalized that again and again. He's had a decent camp. He's done a lot of work. He's had his moments just like all the receivers have. With Campbell it's just so disappointing when he got hurt. The day he got hurt was his best day out there at camp. He made a couple of moves in the end zone and created rare separation in the red zone."

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