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The Colts knew they needed to improve their offensive line after allowing Andrew Luck to get hit far too often in 2012. In order to change things, the team brought in four offensive linemen to compete for starting positions.
Gosder Cherilus and Donald Thomas were signed in free agency, while rookies Hugh Thornton and Khaled Holmes were drafted in the third and fourth rounds, respectively.
Well, through the offseason activities, the team's starting lineup has some definite changes after last week, but some familiar weak links are still stuck as starters.
"@pwilson24: #Colts' O-line for OTAs is Castonzo, Thomas, Satele, McGlynn, Cherilus."
Anthony Castonzo was expected to start at left tackle, and LG Thomas and RT Cherilus were locked into place with their new contracts.
Samson Satele and Mike McGlynn, however, were the two worst pieces on the offensive line last season, and fans are, and should be, hoping that the rookie draft picks can beat them out for starting positions in training camp. So far, McGlynn and Satele are holding onto their starting spots, but the rookies still have time to make the jump.