Stock in trash bags undoubtedly is experiencing its annual apex as players across the NFL, their season over, stuff clothes, shoes and other personal items in the black plastic containers. The Colts did their part of the cleaning-out, moving-on process Monday afternoon. "Hand me one of those," veteran defensive end Cory Redding said to a teammate. "Matter of fact, give me a couple." Running back Donald Brown already had a couple of trash bags in front of his cubicle. He methodically crammed a shirt and sweat suit into one of them. "Hopefully I'll be putting the clothes back," Brown said. "That's my plan. That's my hope. "We'll see how the next month or so sorts itself out."
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