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The Colts have released safety Tom Zbikowski after spending one year with the team.Tom Zbikowski was the starter for the majority of the season last year, and with the exception of a couple of games, his play was disapointing. He had 38 tackles and 1 interception in 11 games with the Colts. He struggled with injuries throughout the season, and Joe Lefeged got to see the field a lot.With the signing of Laron Landry, the Colts didn't need Zbikowski. He had a 2M dollar cap hit, and that's too much for a mediocre backup. Joe Lefeged is slated as the backup now.The Colts free up about 1.25M dollars in cap space with the release of Zbikowski.
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The Indianapolis Colts have released safety Tom Zbikowski after one season with the team.
The Notre Dame alum and professional boxer followed coach Chuck Pagano and teammates Brandon McKinney and Cory Redding from Baltimore to Indy last season. He started 11 games, finishing with 47 tackles, one sack and one interception while returning six kickoffs for 123 yards.
When the Colts...
The Indianapolis Colts have been on a wild tear to sign free agents for top dollar contracts. The only problem has been that their free agent signings haven't been top tier additions to their team. The recent activity has many wondering exactly what is going on in Indianapolis. Below is a list of free agents signed so far by the Colts with contract details. [H/T to Rotoworld...
Former Jets free agent safety LaRon Landry is now an Indianapolis Colt, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL.com
The deal is for 4 years, $6 Million per year, with $14M guaranteed.
“We’re ecstatic about this signing,” Colts GM Ryan Grigson said in an official team statement.
“We feel LaRon is an absolute game changer and a true impact player. We’re talking about a 220-pound...
Well, the Colts decided they needed to go out and add some players via free agency. As I stated a few days ago, this was a good free agent market for the Colts, as there were several players that suited the Indianapolis needs. The Colts definitely tapped the free agent market, but they didn’t ever seem to look for the top names on the market. Compounding the problem, they paid...
Reggie Wayne, WR, Indianapolis Colts
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Reggie Wayne was supposed to be done for, stick a fork in ‘em. Well, not so much. Even without Peyton Manning and with a rookie quarterback, Wayne made his way back onto the highlight reel and re-established himself as one of the leagues’...
The Indianapolis Colts are on a defensive spending spree.
Less than 24 hours after adding Pro Bowl safety LaRon Landry to the roster, the Colts struck two more deals, this time landing San Francisco defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois and re-signing cornerback Darius Butler. Terms of the deals were not immediately available.
The latest moves are intended to help revamp a traditionally...
The Indianapolis Colts have signed 49ers defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois.The Indianapolis Colts continue to make big signings. Ricky Jean Francois is the latest one. Jean Francois started in only 5 games with the 49ers, but saw the field a good amount rotating with Justin Smith and Ray Macdonald (the two starters). He also saw a bit of action at nose tackle. He has good versatility...
It appears quarterback Andrew Luck will now have a little more help on the defensive side of the ball, as the Indianapolis Colts today signed unrestricted free agent safety LaRon Landry.
"We're ecstatic about this signing," said General Manager Ryan Grigson. "We feel LaRon is an absolute game changer and a true impact player. We're talking about a 220-pound...
Colts coach Chuck Pagano will get a chance to dial up his favorite defensive looks in 2013.
Blitzes, exotic packages, yes, Indianapolis will roll it all out next season.
Pagano and general manager Ryan Grigson spoke to reporters Friday morning, less than 24 hours after completing the first phase of their second offseason by signing a seventh free agent.
The class of newcomers...
LaRon Landry made the most of his one-year proving period.Landry, who was recognized as a special talent but raised questions on his health and aggressiveness early in his career, put himself back in good standing in the NFL via a stout season with the New York Jets, and he ultimately got the big-money, multi-year deal he wanted.Just not with the Jets. Wednesday night, the Indianapolis...