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Brackett says he doesn’t mind competition in camp this year

Veteran Gary Brackett says that he doesn’t mind having some competition come training camp this next year:

Colts linebacker Gary Brackett would like some competition in camp. Brackett and weak-side linebacker Clint Session are entrenched, Philip Wheeler, a third-round pick in 2008, has yet to emerge as a consistent playmaker, and former starters Tyjuan Hagler and Freddy Keiaho have not been offered new contracts. Brackett said he wouldn’t mind the Colts drafting another linebacker. “I’d love it if they brought in another guy,” he said. “Competition is healthy. It increases everyone. Not only that, it’s a long season. Every year, someone goes down and we need somebody to step in. I’d rather have more people in the stable when the time comes.”


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One Response to “Brackett says he doesn’t mind competition in camp this year”

  1. Jacob says:

    This is why I love Brackett, no he is not the biggest or the baddest but he has heart and he is a true competitor. The Colts success is based on hard work and no names becoming Gary Bracketts. Good post! Go Colts!

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