Colts Camp Live with defensive end Kendall Langford

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ANDERSON, Ind. (Aug. 7, 2015) -- Kendall Langford is still learning his way around, but the defensive end hopes he'll provide a boost to the team's struggling run defense.

Langford, signed as a free agent in the offseason, appeared with Indy Sports Central's Chris Hagan and IndyStar's Zak Keefer for Friday's edition of Colts Camp Live. He says he's still getting used to his new team and admitted "organizing the house" was consuming much of his free time.

Langford said he's impressed with Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and feels like he's adjusting well.

"I'm still a work in progress. I'm still knocking off some rust, trying to revert back to the 3-4 defense, but I feel like I'm moving on pace and will be ready come Buffalo," Langford said.

While he's eager to get out on the field and hit, he knows he and the other players have to be careful during camp.

"We're all professionals. We know how to practice. We can practice at full speed and know when to back off. Of course, why do anything as dumb as getting close to Andrew Luck on a follow through, and then he breaks his finger? He's a guy we need and we want to keep him around!"


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