Colts Mailbag Part II: Who starts on the offensive line in Week 1?

Wells: As I'm sure you know already, Gosder Cherilus did not take part in any of the offseason workouts because he was still working his way back from offseason knee surgery. We'll get an update on Cherilus' health status when the team reports for camp at Anderson (Ind.) University on Aug. 1. Cherilus struggled last season, with part of the problem being that he tried to play his way through injuries instead of sitting out games. Here's who I think the starters will be if -- and it's a big if at this moment -- everybody on the offensive line is healthy: LT Anthony Castonzo, LG Jack Mewhort, C Khaled Holmes, RG Todd Herremans, RT Gosder Cherilus.

Wells: This will be one of the more competitive battles in training camp. It's pretty safe to say T.Y. Hilton and Andre Johnson will be the top two receivers for the Colts next season. After that, though? It's anybody's guess. Donte Moncrief, Phillip Dorsett and Duron Carter are the primary candidates. Moncrief, who had 32 receptions for 444 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie last season, took the majority of the snaps as the third receiver during offseason workouts. But the battle for that spot is just getting started. Don't be surprised if it takes time before the Colts decide on their third receiver.

Wells: Wayne told owner Jim Irsay that he wanted to play one more season with the franchise and then retire when the two met in Florida earlier in the offseason. Irsay felt like it was time to part ways with Wayne, who spent the first 14 years of his career with the organization. "He understood where the franchise was coming from in the end and we wish him well with whatever he decides on," Irsay said during the NFL owners meetings back in March. "It was really hard. I knew that when you kind of let that era from Peyton's era and Edgerrin [James] and Marvin [Harrison] and Reggie and everyone. It's hard to let that era go because it was so special. But at the same time, in terms of the direction we thought the team had to go in, it was tough."