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The Colts Authority:
The Colts have cut TE Brody Eldridge, a 2010 fifth round draft choice. Eldridge was largely a blocking tight end, catching only 14 receptions for 84 yards in 27 games. Nevertheless, it seemed like his role as a depth blocking tight end was fairly assured during the 2012 season.
Eldridge was replaced by QB David Legree, a free agent quarterback out of Hampton University.
This move is a little puzzling to me. Losing Eldridge is not a huge loss, and with the signing of Andre Smith earlier this week, the Colts were a little crowded at the tight end position. And, of course, the Colts could use another camp arm with Chandler Harnish being hurt. S
Still, Eldridge does have value as a blocking tight end, and he's actually played in games, unlike Smith, Kyle Miller, or Dominique Jones, all UDFAs or waiver pick ups. Apparently the coaches didn't see that him, however, or were possibly concerned about his injury history. Eldridge has had hand and rib injuries in the past, as well...
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The Indianapolis Colts have cut tight end Brody Eldridge and brought in another quarterback.
Eldridge played two seasons in Indy after the Colts took him in the fifth round of the 2010 draft. In 27 games, he caught 14 passes for 84 yards but was primarily a blocker.
Indy took two tight ends in April -- Stanford's Coby Fleener in the second round and Clemson's Dwayne Allen...
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The Colts players who are still around can't wait to see their new quarterback throw a few passes.
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The Indianapolis Colts have signed four of their 10 draft picks, including the last pick of the draft, Chandler Harnish.
The team did not provide details of the contracts when it announced the signings.
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QB Andrew Luck (Indianapolis)
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It's been awhile.
I'd like to apologize to our readers for my lack of writing over the last two weeks, where school and work have kept me swamped. Fortunately, from here on out, I'll be able to provide consistent content all summer, with a focus on statistical and video analysis.
In preparation for the summer, I'd like to let you know the type of studies I'...
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, former Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark visited the New England Patriots on Tuesday.
Clark recently visited the Kansas City Chiefs as well. Some people question whether or not he can still play after fighting through multiple injuries over the past few seasons.
If Clark signs with the Patriots, he’d certainly...