INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Vontae Davis couldn't wait to get started in Indianapolis.
After leaving rain-soaked Florida, the new Colts cornerback made it to town Monday and quickly told reporters he wanted to leave the past in Miami.
On Sunday, the Colts sent two draft picks, including a second-rounder in 2013, to Miami to acquire the four-year veteran. For Davis, it marks the end of a stormy time in which he fell out of disfavor with Dolphins coaches who questioned his effort and conditioning.
Davis repeatedly told reporters that what happened in Miami was in the past and that he was in Indy to help the Colts win games.