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Ron Johnson and Frank Winters working with Colts

7 Sep 1997:  Center Frank Winters of the Green Bay Packers during the Packers 10-9 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Mandatory Credit: Todd Warshaw  /Allsport
The Colts CornerContributor IOctober 13, 2016

Colts+add+to+coaching+staff">Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star is reporting that former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Ron Johnson and former Green Bay Packers center Frank Winters are working as interns for the Colts. Winters is working with the offensive line and Johnson is working with the Colts receivers.

Johnson and Winters might receive full-time jobs from the Colts because of the losses of Howard Mudd and Tom Moore. Johnson might replace Clyde Christenson as the Colts receivers coach, and Winters might be the Colts assistant offensive line coach.

Johnson played his college football for Minnesota, and was drafted in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens in 2002. In two seasons he started four games and made 11 receptions for 126 yards and 1 touchdown.

In 2005 he spent the offseason in Chicago, and in 2006 he spent the offseason in Washington. He signed with the AFL in 2007, where he still plays. He is used at linebacker in the AFL.

Frank Winters had a more successful NFL career. He spent his first two seasons in Cleveland, one year with the Giants, and two seasons with the Chiefs. He ended his career with 10 seasons in Green Bay. Last year he was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame, and went to a Pro Bowl in 1996. He started 147 games.

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