Colts Offseason Preview: Why the first 4-6 weeks will be CRITICAL for Carson Wentz | CBS Sports HQ

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CBS Sports HQ published this video item, entitled “Colts Offseason Preview: Why the first 4-6 weeks will be CRITICAL for Carson Wentz | CBS Sports HQ” – below is their description.

Former NFL QB Danny Kanell and Senior NFL writer Will Brinson join CBS Sports HQ to discuss what to realistically expect from Carson Wentz as he enters his first season with the Colts.

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