The second day of Colts training camp was dominated by news of free agent signees Jamaal Anderson, Ernie Sims and Tommie Harris, but there was also some training action. In particular, DT Anderson made his Colts “debut,” and big Anthony Castonzo made it all the way from the holdout line to the practice field in the span of about 12 hours. On his first play as a Colt, Castonzo was smoked by Dwight Freeney, who scampered behind the line for what could have been a sack in a real game. Welcome to the NFL, Anthony, and you can feel pretty good about going up against Freeney in practice. If you learn to stop him consistently, you’ll have gone a long way toward filling one of your team’s biggest holes.