Colts Visit Fort Wayne, Vow Things Will Be Better in 2012

By Dean Pantazi

June 25, 2012 Updated Jun 25, 2012 at 10:59 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Two of the Indianapolis Colts' drated rookies say they can see how the team will be better in 2012 from their mini camp experiences since signing with the team.

Seventh round pick and Norwell High School alum quarterback Chandler Harnish and fifth round pick nose tackle Josh Chapman say the team refuses to use the term rebuilding, but both say there is a sense of urgency from both the veterans and younger players that things improve from the 2-14 season in 2011.

Harnish and Chapman joined Colts cheerleaders in meeting with fans and signing autographs at the Meijer store on Illinois Road in Fort Wayne Monday night.

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