"I've been trying to get to the highest commanders in the Army," Pagano quipped. "I'm having no success. Whenever they let him loose, we'll be happy to get him in there. Obviously, he's fulfilling his commitment he signed up for. So no update."
VETERAN PERSPECTIVE: Luck and Wayne are among the leaders on offense, but there is some question as to who will step forward on the defensive side to replace Dwight Freeney, a free agent defector to the San Diego Chargers.
Defensive end Cory Redding quickly established himself as a leader in his first year with the Colts last season. But he said a team doesn't need to have players identified as leaders to be successful.
"I have fun with my teammates, and I really engage everybody, have everybody feel like they're part of it," he said. "That's what really makes a great team, everybody just getting together and having a great time. As long as we are on one page, one accord, for one mission, you know what I'm talking about, then we'll be alright."