Found May 11, 2014 on Sports-Kings:
The Indianapolis Colts have taken a flier on Erik Swoope, signing him as an undrafted free agent to play tight end. The catch? Swoope, a former basketball player for the Miami Hurricanes, has never played organized football in his life. The Colts hope they have found the next Jimmy Graham or Antonio Gates, who both came from basketball backgrounds and became freakish impact players in the NFL. From the hardwood to the gridiron… ERIK SWOOPE joins the Indianapolis Colts. Congrats, @eswoope21! #ProCanes pic.twitter.com/IPrGjIEsKd — Miami Hurricanes (@MiamiHurricanes) May 11, 2014
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