David Thornton sees new Colts job as more than helping young players transition to NFL

The stories usually are special with , whose ability to connect with people has brought him back to where he started in the NFL. On April 3, the Colts hired their 2002 fourth-round pick to help young players in their transition to the pro game. "When I look back over my career, it wasn't the wins, it wasn't the money and things like that I benefited from the most," he said. (Indianapolis Star)

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