Found April 03, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
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After Dallas Clark was released and Jacob Tamme departed in free agency the tight end has been moving up the team needs chart. The team started to address that today by signing former Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Kyle Miller. Don't too excited folks. Miller couldn't make the final roster for the Jaguars who were so hard up for anyone with receiving skills that they actually signed Greg Cowan at one point. OK, I made the last part up but Greg certainly would have been competitive with that group.
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