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The Indianapolis Colts have claimed safety Sergio Brown, offensive tackle Mike Person and nose tackle Martin Tevaseu off waivers.
To make room on the 53-man roster, Indy waived safety Jermale Hines, cornerback D.J. Johnson and offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe.
Brown started the 2010 season on New England's practice squad. He was promoted to the active roster in October that season and has 26 tackles in 26 career games.
Person was San Francisco's seventh-round pick in 2011 but was inactive all season.
Tevaseu spent 2010 on the Jets' practice squad and was on their practice squad and active roster last season.
Indy also signed defensive tackle Chigbo Anunoby, linebacker Jerry Brown, offensive guard Hayworth Hicks, tight end Kyle Miller, receiver Kashif Moore and safety Latarrius Thomas to the practice squad.
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OL Mike Person (Former 49er, 7th round pick...
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DE James Aiono
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OL Steven Baker
LB Jerry Brown
RB Darren Evans
OL George Foster
LB Tim Fugger
OL Hayworth Hicks
RB Deji Karim
CB Brandon King
LB Greg Lloyd
TE Kyle Miller
WR Kashif Moore
DB Mike Newton
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Individual Player Predictions
Andrew Luck -- 373/602, 4103 yards, 23 TDs, 14 INTs (233 rushing yards, 2 TDs)
Donald Brown -- (Starts until Week 8,) 123 rushes, 492 yards, 5 TDs (1 REC TD)