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With the CBA reportedly nearly complete, who are some undrafted FAs Polian could/should go after? I remember hearing a lot about Terrence Toliver and how he would be a good undrafted rookie to go after. There is also Mark Herzlich. Who else is there that the Colts should go after?

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Love this thread! The Colts make undrafted rookies a big priority of their offseason plans and it will be a very quick paced signing period (just like free agency.) But the Colts promised to make a splash in free agency. I agree with most that the addition of Cofield or Mebane is very likely and I would really like the signing of Quintin Mikell along with one of those two DTs. That would require Kelvin Hayden or Ryan Diem no longer being Colts. I would also see Logan Mankins getting interest from the Colts if he truly becomes a free agent but his price tag most likely will be too hefty. Another name thrown around by bloggers and sports writers is Reggie Bush's name and the Colts being thrown around in the same convo. That aint happening unless Mr. Bush takes a pay-cut!

With all of that free agent talk... the signing of undrafted rookies could determine a lot of what the Colts do in free agency. I could see them signing one saftey such as Jeron Johnson from Boise State or Deandre McDaniel from Clemson which would mean Bullit likely comes back. I love Maehl.. the WR from Oregon to play as a slot in the Colts scheme. Lots of other good named guys out there and the Colts always seem to capitalize on undrafted talent that just wants a chance to prove itself. And would love for a guy like Herzlich to join the Colts roster! The type of guy every organization wants.. Maybe Castonzo can help bring him in! lol

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Maehl and Herzlich are high on my "wish list". There's a big kid from New Mexico that plays OT that I wouldn't mind either, his name escapes as of now... :facepalm:

Edit:

Kyle Hix from Texas is who I meant....not New Mexico :rolleyes2:

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Here is a top 150 list of available undrafted rookie free agents from another site. Not sure who picked them or do I necassarily agree with their order but completely forgot about Burney! :FBshocked:

Name * College

1 . Kendric Burney - CB - North Carolina

2 . Derrick Locke - RB - Kentucky

3 . Martin Parker - DT - Richmond

4 . DeAndre McDaniel - S - Clemson

5 . Mario Harvey - OLB - Marshall

6 . Deunta Williams - S - North Carolina

7 . David Mims - OT - Virginia Union

8 . Armon Binns - WR - Cincinnati

9 . Mark Herzlich - OLB - Boston College

10 . Jake Kirkpatrick - C - TCU

11 . Jeron Johnson - S - Boise State

12 . Terrence Tolliver - WR - LSU

13 . Cedric Thornton - DT - Southern Arkansas

14 . Pat Devlin - QB - Delaware

15 . Kris O'Dowd - C - USC

16 . Jarriel King - OG - South Carolina

17 . Lester Jean - WR - Florida Atlantic

18 . Joe Lefeged - S - Rutgers

19 . Josh Bynes - ILB - Auburn

20 . Eric McBride - ILB - Richmond

21 . Colin Baxter - C - Arizona

22 . Ryan Jones - CB - NW Missouri State

23 . Kevin Hughes - OG - SE Louisiana State

24 . Darren Evans - RB - Virginia Tech

25 . Davonte Shannon - S - Buffalo

26 . Scott Lustrus - ILB - UConn

27 . Davon Morgan - S - Virginia Tech

28 . Josh Portis - QB - California (PA)

29 . Courtney Smith - WR - South Alabama

30 . ZaVious Robbins - WR - Hardin-Simmons

31 . Patrick DiMarco - FB - South Carolina

32 . Derrell Smith - ILB - Syracuse

33 . Brian Lainhart - S - Kent State

34 . Pierre Allen - DE - Nebraska

35 . DeQuin Evans - DE - Kentucky

36 . Andrew Lewis - DT - Syracuse

37 . DeAndre Brown - WR - Southern Miss

38 . Graig Cooper - RB - Miami (FL)

39 . Tim Barnes - C - Missouri

40 . Kyle Hix - OT - Texas

41 . Ian Williams - DT - Notre Dame

42 . Steven Friday - DE - Virginia Tech

43 . Devon Torrence - CB - Ohio State

44 . Kendall Smith - ILB - Florida state

45 . Cameron Bradfield - OT - Grand Valley State

46 . Daniel Allen - DE - Southern Conn. St.

47 . Adam Froman - QB - Louisville

48 . Darvin Adams - WR - Auburn

49 . Mike McNeil - TE - Nebraska

50 . Matt Murphy - OG - UNLV

51 . Chad Spann - RB - North Illinois

52 . Orie Lemon - OLB - Oklahoma State

53 . Ray Dominguez - OT - Arkansas

54 . Owen Spencer - WR - NC State

55 . Marquis Kirkland - ILB - Villanova

56 . Brandon Bair - DT - Oregon

57 . Mike Hartline - QB - Kentucky

58 . Henry Hynopski - FB - Pittsburgh

59 . Jeff Maehl - WR - Oregon

60 . Jerrard Tarrant - S - Georgia Tech

61 . John Graves - DT - Virginia Tech

62 . Ricardo Lockette - WR - Fort Valley State

63 . Ben Chappell - QB - Indiana

64 . Charlie Gantt - TE - Michigan State

65 . JC Brignone - C - Mississippi State

66 . Elisha Joseph - DT - Temple

67 . Stephen Skelton - TE - Fordham

68 . Eric Gordon - OLB - Michigan State

69 . Brian Duncan - ILB - Texas Tech

70 . Ugo Chinesa - DE - Oklahoma State

71 . Will Hill - S - Florida

72 . Donald Buckram - RB - UTEP

73 . Schuylar Oordt - TE - Northern Iowa

74 . Adam Grant - OT - Arizona

75 . Alex Linnenhol - C - Oregon State

76 . Anthony Bratton - S - Delaware

77 . Alex Wujiciak - ILB - Maryland

78 . Bryant Browning - OG - Ohio State

79 . Zane Taylor - C - Utah

80 . Kendell Lockett - DE - Ole Miss

81 . Niles Brinkley - S - Wisconsin

82 . Michael Mogan - OLB - USC

83 . Dane Sanzenbacher - WR - Ohio State

84 . Lucas Patterson - DT - Texas A&M

85 . Jimmy Young - WR - TCU

86 . Adrian Taylor - DT - Oklahoma

87 . Carl Johnson - OG - Florida

88 . Mario Fanin - RB - Auburn

89 . Damien Berry - RB - Miami (FL)

90 . Scooter Berry - DT - West Virginia

91 . Michael Morgan - OLB - USC

92 . Terrell Zachary - WR - Auburn

93 . Ricky Lumpkin - DT - Kentucky

94 . Kevin Kowalski - C - Toledo

95 . ?????

96 . Mario Butler - CB - Georgia

97 . Justin Winters - OLB - Buffalo

98 . Justin Boren - OG - Ohio State

99 . Vance Cuff - CB - Georgia

100 . Ryan Winterswyk - DE - Boise State

101 . Brandon Peguese - OLB - Hampton

102 . Odrick Ray - DT - Tulsa

103 . Preston Dial - TE - Alabama

104 . Alan Pelc - OT - North Carolina

105 . Jon Freeney - DE - Rutgers

106 . Allen Reisner - TE - Iowa

107 . Scott Tolzien - QB - Wisconsin

108 . Lawrence Marsh - DT - Florida

109 . Jacob Sims - OT - South Florida

110 . Zack Hurd - OG - UConn

111 . Zach Pianalto - TE - North Carolina

112 . Soeren Wendland - OT - Liberty

113 . Kyle Miller - TE - Mount Union

114 . Mark Dell - WR - Michigan State

115 . Detron Lewis - WR - Texas Tech

116 . Shaun Draughn - RB - North Carolina

117 . Thomas Claiborn - OG - Boston College

118 . Adrian Moten - OLB - Maryland

119 . Jay Valai - S - Wisconsin

120 . Brandon Bing - CB - Rutgers

121 . Derrelll Johnson-Koulianos - WR - Iowa

122 . Tori Gurley - WR - South Carolina

123 . Andre Holmes - WR - Hampton

124 . Jeff Van Camp - QB - Florida Atlantic

125 . Yaky Ibia - DT - Towson

126 . Anthony Walters - CB - Delaware

127 . Ben Thayer - TE - Eastern Michigan

128 . Ryan Pugh - C - Auburn

129 . Ollie Ogbu - DT - Penn State

130 . Armon Robinson - WR - Miami (OH)

131 . Angus Quigley - RB - Kansas

132 . Jerrod Johnson - QB - Texas A&M

133 . Corey O'Daniel - OT - Gardner-Webb

134 . Zac Etheridge - S - Auburn

135 . Colby Whitlock - DT - Texas Tech

136 . Noel Devine - RB - West Virginia

137 . Weslye Sanders - TE - South Carolina

138 . Jai Eugene - S - LSU

139 . Pat Lazear - ILB - West Virginia

140 . Tysonn Poots - WR - Southern Utah

141 . Taylor Potts - QB - Texas Tech

142 . Stafford Gatling - DE - Ohio

143 . Lawon Scott - DE - Ole Miss

144 . Kamar Aiken - WR - UCF

145 . Nick Claytor - OT - Georgia Tech

146 . Thomas Weaver - DT - Villanova

147 . Kris Adams - WR - Auburn

148 . AJ Jones - OLB - Florida

149 . Shaky Smithson - WR - Utah

150 . Matt Asiata - RB - Utah

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Burney would be a great pick-up if they decide to cut Hayden.

Also, Jeff Saturday is getting up there in age..

Center from Syracuse - Bartholemew (sp?) - He put up good combine numbers if I remember correctly and is a raw player that could use some time behind a guy like Jeff Saturday.

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Burney would be a great pick-up if they decide to cut Hayden.

Also, Jeff Saturday is getting up there in age..

Center from Syracuse - Bartholemew (sp?) - He put up good combine numbers if I remember correctly and is a raw player that could use some time behind a guy like Jeff Saturday.

or the center from usc..o'dowd i think. saturday did't look took good last year

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Here is a top 150 list of available undrafted rookie free agents from another site. Not sure who picked them or do I necassarily agree with their order but completely forgot about Burney! :FBshocked:

Name * College

1 . Kendric Burney - CB - North Carolina

3 . Martin Parker - DT - Richmond

4 . DeAndre McDaniel - S - Clemson

5 . Mario Harvey - OLB - Marshall

6 . Deunta Williams - S - North Carolina

8 . Armon Binns - WR - Cincinnati

9 . Mark Herzlich - OLB - Boston College

11 . Jeron Johnson - S - Boise State

12 . Terrence Tolliver - WR - LSU

13 . Cedric Thornton - DT - Southern Arkansas

95 . ?????

I would love to see us go after these guys (I went by positional need and kept the rankings by the source rather than going by the player...yeah, not the best method on my part). I want us to bring a number of DBs in to camp to see what they have to offer. Release them if they aren't good and keep them if they are. Same thing goes for DT. I wouldn't mind seeing us bring in another LB, have him play special teams if nothing else. We also need WR depth.

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Derrick Locke - RB – Kentucky

Mario Harvey - OLB – Marshall

Jerrard Tarrant - S - Georgia Tech

Ryan Bartholomew – C - Syracuse

I also wouldn't mind bringing in Ricardo Lockette to see if he can do KR/PR. Although, it doesn't matter if we had someone who could run a 40-yrd dash in 4.1 flat, if the ST can't block properly!

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I wouldn't mind seeing the Colts sign Ian Williams, DT from ND. He won't do much in 2011 because he's coming off an MCL injury but in 2012 he could easily become the Colts starting NT, imagine Mookie ability for an entire game rather than 3 or 4 plays, a quarter of rest and then 3 or 4 more plays. A rotation of Moala, Nevis and Williams would be a formidable interior of the dline.

Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU is another player with ability but with a logjam at back-up center/starting center is already pretty deep with Pollack, Richard and McClendon I don't know if the Colts will sign another developmental center project.

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I wouldn't mind seeing the Colts sign Ian Williams, DT from ND. He won't do much in 2011 because he's coming off an MCL injury but in 2012 he could easily become the Colts starting NT, imagine Mookie ability for an entire game rather than 3 or 4 plays, a quarter of rest and then 3 or 4 more plays. A rotation of Moala, Nevis and Williams would be a formidable interior of the dline.

Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU is another player with ability but with a logjam at back-up center/starting center is already pretty deep with Pollack, Richard and McClendon I don't know if the Colts will sign another developmental center project.

I would like to see Williams too, the guy was projected to go in the 5th round, but wouldn't it be just too much having 6 defensive tackles on the active roster.

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I wouldn't mind seeing the Colts sign Ian Williams, DT from ND. He won't do much in 2011 because he's coming off an MCL injury but in 2012 he could easily become the Colts starting NT, imagine Mookie ability for an entire game rather than 3 or 4 plays, a quarter of rest and then 3 or 4 more plays. A rotation of Moala, Nevis and Williams would be a formidable interior of the dline.

Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU is another player with ability but with a logjam at back-up center/starting center is already pretty deep with Pollack, Richard and McClendon I don't know if the Colts will sign another developmental center project.

Apparently, Kirkpatrick is similar to Saturday. However, I think the Colts next starting center after Saturday is already on the roster

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I would like to see Williams too, the guy was projected to go in the 5th round, but wouldn't it be just too much having 6 defensive tackles on the active roster.

We're talking about a camp roster. Plus, Eric Foster, Dan Muir and Antonio Johnson are not under contract at the moment. We have 7 tackles listed on the roster now, I bet we wind up with 9 or 10 in camp (with a 90 man roster), and then the best five will probably make the final 53.

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We're talking about a camp roster. Plus, Eric Foster, Dan Muir and Antonio Johnson are not under contract at the moment. We have 7 tackles listed on the roster now, I bet we wind up with 9 or 10 in camp (with a 90 man roster), and then the best five will probably make the final 53.

But I don't think he ends up in the top 5 if 2 of those 3 guys you mentioned get signed. Let's look at it this way, Eric Foster and Johnson (or Muir) get signed. Then there's Moala, and a battle between Pressley and Nevis, and Nevis will probably win. The question is: Are the Colts really going to keep 6 guys, and if yes who would win between Pressley and Williams? My answer is no to keeping 6 DTs

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Jake Kirkpatrick C (TCU)

Ryan Bartholomew C (Syracuse)

Ian Williams DT (Notre Dame)

Sealver Siliga DT (Utah)

Terrence Toliver WR (LSU)

Joe Lefeged S (Rutgers)

DeAndre McDaniel S (Clemson)

Mana Silva S (Hawaii)

Adrian Moten LB (Maryland)

Scott Lutrus LB (Connecticut)

Julius Wilkerson LB (South Carolina State)

Andrew McGee CB (Oklahoma State)

Charlie Gantt TE (Michigan State)

Carl Johnson G (Florida)

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I would like to see Williams too, the guy was projected to go in the 5th round, but wouldn't it be just too much having 6 defensive tackles on the active roster.

I don't think the Colts will re-sign Foster or Mookie (I could be wrong about Mookie) and with coming off a torn MCL I could see practice squad for Williams.

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I don't think the Colts will re-sign Foster or Mookie (I could be wrong about Mookie) and with coming off a torn MCL I could see practice squad for Williams.

Foster just came off his best season of his career, and even though he's listed as a DT, he could backup for Robert or Dwight. He's definitely worth keeping, and he's cheap.

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Foster just came off his best season of his career, and even though he's listed as a DT, he could backup for Robert or Dwight. He's definitely worth keeping, and he's cheap.

Foster definately had his best season and it is obvious he should be playing DE though being behind Mathis and Freeney(Hughes as well)makes it difficult.

Mookie needs to be retained as there is no true NT on the roster currently. The differance he makes against the run is obvious and the tandem of him and Moala sure looked sweet at the end of last season.

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I have carried this list on from the last 2 sites and have added players to it too.

QB

Patrick Devlin, Delaware - 6'3''-225

RB

Derrick Locke, Kentucky - 5'8"-188

Graig Cooper, Miami - 5'10"-205

Noel Devine, West Virginia - 5'8"-179

Vai Taua, Nevada - 5'10''-213

Brandon Saine, Ohio State - 5'11''-220

Damien Berry, Miami - 5'10''-211

WR

Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State - 6'2''-211

Darvin Adams, Auburn - 6'2''-190

Terrence Toliver, LSU - 6'4''-212

Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio State - 5'11''-182

Jeffrey Maehl, Oregon - 6'1''-190

Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Iowa - 6'1''-205

Jamel Hamler, Fresno State - 6'2''-205

OL

Zachary Hurd, Connecticut - 6'7"-316

Joshua Davis, Georgia - 6'7"-313

Willie Smith, East Carolina - 6'5"-310

Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse - 6'1''-302

Justin Boren, Ohio State - 6'3"-309

Zane Taylor, Utah - 6'3''-309

DL

Ian Williams, Notre Dame - 6'1''-319

Cedric Thornton, Southern Arkansas - 6'3''-309

Sealver Siliga, Utah - 6'2''-305

Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State - 6'5''-264

Brandon Bair, Oregon - 6'6''-276

Anthony Gray, Southern Miss - 5'11''-330

LB

Mark Herzlich, Boston College - 6'4''-244

Nick Bellore, Central Michigan - 6'1''-245

Adrian Moten, Maryland - 6'2"-228

Scott Lutrus, Connecticut - 6'2"-241

Jeremiha Hunter, Iowa - 6'1"-239

Elijah Joseph, Temple - 6'1"-243

DB

Kendric Burney, North Carolina - 5'9''-186

Deunta Williams, North Carolina - 6'2''-205

Joe Lefeged, Rutgers - 6'0''-210

Vance Cuff, Georgia - 5'10''-178

Kevin Rutland, Missouri - 6'0''-190

Deandre McDaniels, Clemson - 6'0''-217

Jeron Johnson, Boise State - 5'10''-212

Nate Williams, Washington - 6'0''-211

Ryan Hill, Miami - 5'11''-203

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I have carried this list on from the last 2 sites and have added players to it too.

QB

Patrick Devlin, Delaware - 6'3''-225

RB

Derrick Locke, Kentucky - 5'8"-188

Graig Cooper, Miami - 5'10"-205

Noel Devine, West Virginia - 5'8"-179

Vai Taua, Nevada - 5'10''-213

Brandon Saine, Ohio State - 5'11''-220

Damien Berry, Miami - 5'10''-211

WR

Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State - 6'2''-211

Darvin Adams, Auburn - 6'2''-190

Terrence Toliver, LSU - 6'4''-212

Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio State - 5'11''-182

Jeffrey Maehl, Oregon - 6'1''-190

Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Iowa - 6'1''-205

Jamel Hamler, Fresno State - 6'2''-205

OL

Zachary Hurd, Connecticut - 6'7"-316

Joshua Davis, Georgia - 6'7"-313

Willie Smith, East Carolina - 6'5"-310

Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse - 6'1''-302

Justin Boren, Ohio State - 6'3"-309

Zane Taylor, Utah - 6'3''-309

DL

Ian Williams, Notre Dame - 6'1''-319

Cedric Thornton, Southern Arkansas - 6'3''-309

Sealver Siliga, Utah - 6'2''-305

Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State - 6'5''-264

Brandon Bair, Oregon - 6'6''-276

Anthony Gray, Southern Miss - 5'11''-330

LB

Mark Herzlich, Boston College - 6'4''-244 *I really really want him*

Nick Bellore, Central Michigan - 6'1''-245

Adrian Moten, Maryland - 6'2"-228

Scott Lutrus, Connecticut - 6'2"-241

Jeremiha Hunter, Iowa - 6'1"-239

Elijah Joseph, Temple - 6'1"-243

DB

Kendric Burney, North Carolina - 5'9''-186

Deunta Williams, North Carolina - 6'2''-205

Joe Lefeged, Rutgers - 6'0''-210

Vance Cuff, Georgia - 5'10''-178

Kevin Rutland, Missouri - 6'0''-190

Deandre McDaniels, Clemson - 6'0''-217

Jeron Johnson, Boise State - 5'10''-212

Nate Williams, Washington - 6'0''-211

Ryan Hill, Miami - 5'11''-203

I bolded the guys that I like and want.

The guys I put in italic are people that I consider.

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Hey, we finally found a QB. His name is Scott Toizien.

CAREER STATS

SEASON CMP ATT YDS CMP% YPA LNG TD INT SACK RAT

2010 194 266 2459 72.9 9.24 45 16 6 13 165.9

2009 211 328 2705 64.3 8.25 80 16 11 21 143.0

2008 5 8 107 62.5 13.38 33 0 1 0 149.9

Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert Broad BP Wonderlic

6 ft 2 in 212 lb 30½ in 10 in 4.93 s 4.12 s 6.84 s 29½ in 9'8" ft in

All values from NFL Combine[4]

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Undrafted Free Agents signed with the Colts [11:12 pm Monday]:

Rutgers S Joe Lefeged

TCU C Jake Kirkpatrick - Highlight Video via ColtsFan504 ( See Website for link )

Nebraska TE/HB Mike McNeill

Penn State LB Chris Colasanti

It's important to note that none of these movies become "official' until tomorrow, which is, of course, silly seeing as the players and their agents are already on Twitter congratulating each other on the signings.

My link

S Joe Lefeged - Combine Interview

My link

Joe Lefged to the #Colts -- was a target for us to the #Patriots.

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Also rumored is Scott Tolzien (QB, Wisconsin). There were some questions marks, but for a list for all the teams and who is rumored that they have talked about a contract with (until it becomes official) check out this site http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2011-nfl-undrafted-free-agents

Nice of Pats to provide it

Now shows in addition to intial 4

as of 8:44 AM

Scott Tolzien (QB, Wisconsin) Earlier had 3 ??? next to his name

Adrian Moten (LB, Maryland)

Nice site keeps updating as does my link from stampede blue

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