INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Colts president Bill Polian is working on his usual offseason to-do list. He's negotiating with agents to keep players, preparing for the draft and dealing with the NFL's salary cap rules. But things are much tougher this year.

Polian says the economy and revised cap rules have put the Colts in a financial pinch that is forcing the team to look at other options, including a change of training camp sites.


The Colts have held camp in Terre Haute since 1999. Bu they're considering returning to Anderson, where they trained from 1984-98. Polian says no decision has been made, but he admits finances are forcing the Colts to consider other options because their contract with Rose-Hulman has expired.


Training camp isn't the only money issue. The Colts are also cutting 25 jobs in the front office, and now they're trying to re-sign three prominent free agents - Pro Bowl center Jeff Saturday, cornerback Kelvin Hayden and running back Dominic Rhodes.

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