Updated: October 15, 2003, 11:42 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | ESPN Insider
Indianapolis Colts: Team president Bill Polian has long been a proponent of instant replay, but after DE Chad Bratzke's interception in Panthers territory was overturned after replay review, Polian, who a member of the league's competition committee, now has a different view of the system's effectiveness. "I think it's safe to say in March, when replay comes up to a vote, our stance will be obvious," Polian said, according to the Indianapolis Star. "We'll be proponents of the doing-away with a system that simply doesn't work."
Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Troy Edwards is well on his way to rejuvenating his once-promising career, as illustrated by the fact he has beaten out Matthew Hatchette as the team's No.2 receiver opposite Jimmy Smith, coach Jack Del Rio confirmed. Since the Jags signed him off the street last month, Edwards has nine catches for 179 yards and two touchdowns. "Right now, he's done a nice job for us," Del Rio told the Florida Times-Union. "I'm happy with the way he's come in and learned the offense and added a dimension to our receiving corps."
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