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Information will constantly be updated for the next hour or two. 

 

UDFAs:

 

Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State

 

 

Jamal Peters, DB, Mississipi State

 

Hale Hentges, TE, Alabama

 

Iseoluwapo Jegede, DE, Valdosta State

 

 

Jordan Thompson, DL, Northwestern

 

 

Shak Taylor, CB, Kansas

 

 

 

Donyae Moody, ILB, Marshall

 

 
Chris Rayford, CB, Mississippi State
 
 
 

 

Invited to camp:

 

 

Justin McInnis, WR, Arkansas State

Owen Gilbert, LS, Marian
 
Shakir Carr, OT, Central Michigan
 
 
Tanner Farmer, OG, Nebraska
 
Corey Turner, DB, Louisiana
 
 
Aeris Williams, RB, Mississippi State 
 
 
Lexington Thomas, RB, UNLV
 

 

Unknown:

 

Sterling Shippy, DL, Alcorn State

 

 
Ryheem Malone, WR, Louisiana Tech
 

 

Ashton Dulin, WR, Malone

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, PeterBowman said:

Wonder why Gerald Willis is on the verge of going undrafted.

Guess his past really is catching up to him, I'm surprised it has cost him this much, if that's the case.... apparently beating up a teammate badly enough to get dismissed from a team like FLA is bad enough in the eyes of NFL teams....at least when coupled with wildly inconsistent play

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Just now, Bluesmith said:

Anyone know how many spots we have for UDFA?  The limit is 90 right now correct?

the real question is, how many spots we have that look like a UDFA has a good shot at making the team at.... we can sign plenty, how many of the top guys will view Indy as an easy squad to make though.....  my guess is less than in past years

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2 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

Guess his past really is catching up to him, I'm surprised it has cost him this much, if that's the case.... apparently beating up a teammate badly enough to get dismissed from a team like FLA is bad enough in the eyes of NFL teams....at least when coupled with wildly inconsistent play

Has to be more than that. There has been multiple players in trouble with the law drafted this weekend. I cannot believe he went undrafted. Someone will get lucky

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2 minutes ago, Bluesmith said:

Anyone know how many spots we have for UDFA?  The limit is 90 right now correct?

Yes

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3 minutes ago, Bluesmith said:

Anyone know how many spots we have for UDFA?  The limit is 90 right now correct?

The Colts currently have 74 roster spots filled

 

    I think 

 

  Info from Wikipedia 

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Just now, Lucky Wolf said:

I'm surprised this guy didn't get drafted. Second best combine rating for WR

 

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Same reason Lock fell so far

3 minutes ago, bananabucket said:

 

 

Thanks

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WR Penny Hart is apparently signing with the Colts. 

 

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1 minute ago, MTC said:

It is unconfirmed right now, but WR Penny Hart is apparently signing with the Colts. 

 

That would be a great one.  He tore up the senior bowl, was basically uncoverable 

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FWIW - 

 

Chris Ballard mentioned that he expects the Colts will sign between 8-9 UDFAs.

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28 minutes ago, Bluesmith said:

Anyone know how many spots we have for UDFA?  The limit is 90 right now correct?

We are sitting at 82 on the current roster after the draft.....72 since none of them are signed yet.

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7 minutes ago, bananabucket said:

 

That would be a great one.  He tore up the senior bowl, was basically uncoverable 

Sounds like he suffered from below average QB play at Georgia State

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Jamal Peters, S, Mississipi State

 

 

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Just now, PrincetonTiger said:

Signing or invite or unknown 

 

Signing

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6 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

I like Hart he sounded like he might be a steal late in the draft.

 

In my opinion, he was the most fluid route runner in the draft. 

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5 minutes ago, Lucky Wolf said:

This Penny Hart?  Was he sick at the combine?

 

 

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Was he invited 

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1 minute ago, Colts_Fan12 said:

hopefully we can snag a good return man idk if any are available tho

Hart has some return experience 

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3 minutes ago, Colts_Fan12 said:

hopefully we can snag a good return man idk if any are available tho

can Campbell not return kicks??

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