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The Colts added more beef to the interior offensive line as well as another former Philadelphia Eagle. GM Ryan Grigson has signed Mike McGlynn:
Just came to terms with the Colts pretty stoked!
— Mike McGlynn (@Greezy_66) March 16, 2012
McGlynn was a 4th round pick for the Eagles in 2008 where he played at left guard initially before starting at center. In 2011 he was waived by the Eagles, claimed by the Bengals where he played in 7 games while starting 4.
This is a particularly interesting move because it would allow Ben Ijalana to move to right guard, Winston Justice at right tackle and McGlynn possibly at center.
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