HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on the day's first practice) Training Camp
"We have some guys that are just one-a-day practice guys that didn't participate in this one, but we expect everyone, other than a couple of guys, to be up for the afternoon practice."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on the reduced number of players in camp) Training Camp
"As coaches, you adjust to the numbers, and it is what it is. We've got our tempo established pretty well and I think we are going to be fine. My major complaint with the whole thing has been that we have some guys that we would like to have here that we are not going to get a chance to look at. We will be fine numbers wise."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on how different RB Dominic Rhodes looks from his last stint as a Colt from 2001-06) Training Camp
"He really doesn't look that different. He's very comfortable with the offense, he's still running with a lot of energy and he still enjoys being out on the field. All in all, he doesn't look like he's missed a beat."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on what it is like having RB Dominic Rhodes back with the team) Training Camp
"It's been fun. He's one of the guys that you enjoy being around. I think our players enjoy him, and he's looking forward this year. It's been good to have him."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on the importance of depth at RB) Training Camp
"We saw it last year when we got guys a little bit banged up. Joe (Addai) got a little banged up and Kenton Keith did a great job, but we had games where Cliff Dawson, Luke Lawton, different guys filled in and played big roles. The more versatile guys you have, the more guys that you can count on, the better off you are."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on the rotation for Sunday's game vs. Washington) Training Camp
"It's a little early to tell, but we are going to use the game, definitely, to get a good look at a lot of our young players. We do want Jim Sorgi to play. He will play more than Peyton (Manning) would have played."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on how QBs Quinn Gray and Jared Lorenzen are developing) Training Camp
"They are doing well. There is a lot to learn, some of it is carryover from where they've been, but it's putting everything together. They are making throws where they are a little bit off because they are just not quite sure where the receivers are going to be. All-in-all, they've done a good job of acclimating themselves."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on whether QB Peyton Manning has reported to camp) Training Camp
"He is doing fine. We are still trying to keep him immobile and that is the biggest fight. I think the farther away we can keep him, the better chance we have of keeping him immobile. I'm not at liberty to say where he is at this point, but he is immobile, I can tell you that."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on TE Jacob Tamme) Training Camp
"Jacob is a guy that I think is going to fit in to our offense well, similar to guys like (former TE) Marcus Pollard, (current TE) Dallas Clark and (former TE) Ben Utecht. He can really catch the football, he understands the passing game, he knows how to get open and I think he is going to end up being a valuable weapon for us."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on if blitz pickup is tough for RBs and TEs in the preseason) Training Camp
"It is, because you've