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The Colts' defense is starting to fill up with ex-Baltimore Ravens.
On Saturday, the team signed free agent Tom Zbikowski. The safety is the second former Baltimore player to join new coach Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis. Details of the contract were not immediately available.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pounder played the past four seasons in Baltimore. He has 49 career tackles, two interceptions, one sack and 58 special teams tackles since joining the NFL. He played in college at Notre Dame.
Pagano, the Ravens' former defensive coordinator, says Zbikowski's aggressive style suits what the Colts want in their new defense.
Earlier this week, Indy signed 298-pound defensive end Cory Redding from Baltimore. He agreed to a three-year contract.
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Phil Richards points out that while Howard Mudd didn't particularly care for either Winston Justice nor Mike McGlynn, both figure to play a large role in improved offensive line play.
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After cutting ties with the likes of Peyton Manning, Joseph Addai, Dallas Clark, Pierre Garcon, Gary Brackett and Melvin Bullitt, among others (and that’s just the player personnel), the Indianapolis Colts are clearly starting from scratch with a new slate in 2012.
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According to Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne ended up choosing to return to Indianapolis over signing with the New England Patriots.
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The four-time NFL MVP and top free agent of the offseason has not signed with a new team since being released March 7 by the Indianapolis Colts.
On Friday, the same plane that picked up the star quarterback for a session with Broncos brass late last week was en route to the Raleigh...
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