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7 minutes ago, Colts Fan In L.A. said:

The only one that comes to mind is Dominic Rhodes. Were there other Colts who were traded, cut, or left in Free agency but came back seasons later? To be clear,  I'm not talking players who come back as coaches or 1 day contract retirees

Not really, at least not bigger named guys. Most of the time those type of guys have left have been on the downside of their career. Rhodes is probably the only bigger named guy that has

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50 minutes ago, PuntersArePeopleToo said:

Not really, at least not bigger named guys. Most of the time those type of guys have left have been on the downside of their career. Rhodes is probably the only bigger named guy that has

Technically... Dwight Freeney , Jeff Saturday and a few others have come back to the Colts.

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58 minutes ago, csmopar said:

Technically... Dwight Freeney , Jeff Saturday and a few others have come back to the Colts.

He said not coaches or one day contracts which is how those guys did.

 

44 minutes ago, John Hammonds said:

Dontrelle Inman

I forgot about him, but he also is more of the not bigger named guy. He had less than a fullseason of total games over the 2 years he was there

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Dominic Rhodes, Terrence Wilkins...Cornelius Bennett was drafted by the Colts 2nd overall, Was traded to Buffalo before ever playing a game but then finished his career with the Colts. Ted Marchibroda was the head coach of the Colts in Baltimore in the 70’s and in Indianapolis in the 90’s. 

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PS guys, but Gerry Green did it last year and Krishawn Hogan just came back the other day.  Come to think of it, we could come up with a lot of PS guy who we cut, ended up on other PSs, then eventually came back to ours...

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