Colts trying to find right center
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/2/2014) The Colts have issues at center after they released Samson Satele in March, and Phil Costa retired in April, leaving Khaled Holmes, the likely starter, and Thomas Austin as the centers on the roster, reports ESPN.
The Colts could also turn to Donald Thomas, who didn't make it through two full games last season because of a torn tendon in his quad and a torn bicep. But he could be thrown in the mix if needed.
"If you go through most rosters and depth charts, you usually will have, generally, your starting center, your more true center, so to speak," Colts general manager Ryan Grigson said. "Then, you’ll have usually a guard who can snap, or a guy who's a guard first that can also snap and play at a winning level as your second center. We have three snappers now. We'll keep our options open.
"Like all position groups, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you came from, we've been pretty consistent, the best players play. Whoever is going to start for this team in 2014 has to produce and play at a winning level week in and week out, period."