With the center spot in transition for Indianapolis, with the departures of Samson Satele and Mike McGlynn and the sudden retirement of UFA signee Phil Costa, Holmes has a clear chance to contribute and the versatile second-year Holmes wants to seize opportunity.
Holmes had an ankle injury early in camp and though during the season the line started seven different alignments and had near-weekly cast changes, he played only in the last three games – a total of 12 offensive snaps.
“I pretty much missed all of training camp,” said Holmes. “It really did set me back in terms of competition and preparing to be ready.
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