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The Indianapolis Colts signed running back Darren Evans back to the active roster from the practice squad Tuesday. Evans, from Warren Central High School, originally signed with the Colts in July as an undrafted free agent. He made the team but was inactive for the Colts' first two games of the season before being signed to the practice squad.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts have activated running back Darren Evans from the practice squad.
The Indianapolis Colts have activated running back Darren Evans from the practice squad. The move comes after Joseph Addai left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury. The team hasn't updated the severity of the injury, but there are indications Addai will not play this week at Cincinnati. Evans, an undrafted free agent from Virginia Tech, was Indiana's Mr.
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