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  1. good riddance
  2. That line featured Jonotthan Harrison starting at LG (who is no longer with the team) http://www.espn.com/blog/indianapolis-colts/post/_/id/19272/colts-o-line-doesnt-give-up-a-sack-for-the-first-time-after-allowing-40-in-first-13-games
  3. Roosevelt Potts
  4. ...Fortunato, a 6-5, 240-pounder, has yet to step on the field at the professional level. He appeared in 46 games at Delaware from 2012-15... http://fox59.com/2017/03/23/colts-sign-long-snapper-joe-fortunato/
  5. JOE FORTUNATO AT DELAWARE Former walk-on who became a four-year letterwinner • was exceptional during his career as a deep snapper • served as team's deep snapper on punts all four years and as short snapper on placements his final two seasons • never missed a game during his career and played in team-leading 46 contests • Delaware had just two punts blocked in 224 attempts during his career and the Hens led the CAA in net punting in both 2013 and 2014 and ranked among the top 10 in the NCAA both years • during his two years as long snapper on placements, Delaware was 47 of 50 on PATs and 16 of 27 on field goals • recorded five career tackles on special teams • came to Delaware as a tight end.
  6. If Moncrief doesn't step up his game this season... Yes.
  7. Here is an in depth article I found on Aiken: http://www.baltimorebeatdown.com/2015/5/26/8651239/can-kamar-aiken-earn-the-3rd-wr-slot
  8. Colts add Brandon Williams to tight end mix Posted by Josh Alper on March 20, 2017, 3:31 PM EDT Getty Images It’s been a busy offseason at tight end for the Colts. They re-signed Jack Doyle and traded Dwayne Allen to the Patriots in a pair of early moves. Monday brought a new arrival to the group with the team’s announcement that they’ve signed Brandon Williams. Williams served as the third tight end with the Seahawks last season and caught two passes for 36 yards. He had four catches for 44 yards in his first three NFL seasons, all of which came while he was with the Panthers in 2014, and has been a regular on special teams units. Erik Swoope rounds out the Colts tight ends currently under contract. This year’s draft is thought to be strong at the position, so the Colts may make further additions to the group before the offseason is out.
  9. Interesting article from Miami Dolphins site in regards to Sean Spence: http://nflspinzone.com/2017/03/17/miami-dolphins-sean-spence-could-fill-void-defense/ ...For years the Dolphins have struggled in coverage against tight ends and running backs because they have lacked a strong cover linebacker. Their greatest effort to add one was Phillip Wheeler, who failed miserably in Miami. However, there is still a linebacker just sitting out there who is a perfect fit. Former Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans linebacker Sean Spence is an ideal fit for the Phins. Spence was a stud middle linebacker for the Miami Hurricanes in College and showed a ton of promise as a third-round pick in in Pittsburgh before wrecking his knee in the preseason of 2012. It was likely he would never play again after he tore in ACL and LCL, dislocated his knee cap and damaged the nerve that controls the movement in his lower leg. Nevertheless, he persevered and has seen his level of play continue to drastically improve over the past few seasons. The college standout has everything the Dolphins are looking for. He’s 26 years old and comes at a bargain price because of the injury. Tackling has never been an issue with Spence and, watching his film, he was outstanding in coverage last season in Tennessee in limited snaps. This could be the steal the Phins need to solidify their front seven. The cherry on top is that he’s a Miami kid and hometown hero. On top of his tangible abilities both as a tackler and in coverage, he’s also a natural leader. His knee injury was a massive setback, but he’s now ready to peak as a professional football player and really hit his stride. His contributions could turn out to be immeasurable and the story could be incredible. The Dolphins failed to give him a look last year, but can’t make that same mistake in 2017. It’s time for the Phins to bring in the hometown kid from The U. He fills their exact need and the price is right. Hopefully he’s on the team’s radar. Spence is good enough to be a starter on this team upon his hypothetical arrival in South Beach.
  10. I am happy we finally signed a much needed ILB.
  11. Washington signs linebacker Chris Carter
  12. Report: Johnathan Hankins looking for $10 million-plus per year
  13. Bears, Colts To Meet With John Jenkins March 16th, 2017 at 10:25am CST by Zach Links Seahawks free agent defensive lineman John Jenkins is visiting the Bears on Thursday, a source tells Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). If he doesn’t immediately sign in Chicago, he’ll visit the Colts on Friday. Jenkins, a true nose tackle, would be a logical fit for both the Bears and Colts as they run a 3-4 scheme. Right now, the Bears have three nose tackles under contract, all of whom were drafted by the team: Eddie Goldman, Will Sutton, and Ego Ferguson. The Colts picked up defensive tackle Al Woods on Thursday morning, but he is more of a three-technique player than a straight-up nose tackle like Jenkins. In the last week, the Colts have already imported three free agent defensive linemen in Woods, Jabaal Sheard, and Margus Hunt. We have Jenkins ranked as one of the 15 best free agent interior defenders left in free agency.
  14. For your reading pleasure... Jaguars sign Josh McNary
  15. So far, I like all the signings

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