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List of every single prospect the Colts have looked at leading up to the draft

The Indianapolis Colts have looked at a total of 33 prospects in person. Whether it be at a pro day, private workout, combine meeting, or just a local visit. In the last mock draft for the Colts, I had them taking Deone Bucannon with their first pick (2nd round), and the Colts did host a private workout for him. So, somewhere below you will find a group of the next Indianapolis Colts...
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May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts waive offensive lineman Justin Anderson

The Colts have waived injury-prone offensive lineman Justin Anderson. He was Indy's seventh-round draft pick in 2012 but never played in a game. The 6-foot-5, 340-pound guard was put on Indy's physically unable to perform list as a rookie, was activated for one game before going on the practice squad and finished the 2012 season on injured reserve. Last year, Anderson went...
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February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Waive G Justin Anderson

The Indianapolis Colts announced Monday that they have waived G Justin Anderson. Indianapolis used a seventh-round pick on the Georgia product back in 2012. In two years with the team, his season hasn’t made it past August as the team placed him on PUP list in 2012 and then on season-ending injured reserve this past season.   The post Colts Waive G Justin Anderson appeared...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts sign 7 players to futures contracts

The Indianapolis Colts have signed seven players to futures contracts. Two of Indy's seventh-round draft choices last year --offensive lineman Justin Anderson and quarterback Chandler Harnish, the last pick in the draft -- were re-signed. The other players Indy signed are cornerback Marshay Green, tight end Dominique Jones, linebacker Shawn Loiseau, running back Davin Meggett...
Via AP on Fox
January 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts Place Players on Injured Reserve/PUP Lists to Get Roster to 75

The Indianapolis Colts finished their roster moves Monday to get down the league mandated limit of 75 players. The team placed Griff Whalen, George Foster and Brandon McKinney on the reserved injured list. Under new NFL rules, these players could possibly return later in the year if their health permits. Rookies Justin Anderson and Josh Chapman were placed on the reserve physically...
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August 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts Place Players on Injured Reserve/PUP Lists to Get Roster to 75

The Indianapolis Colts finished their roster moves Monday to get down the league mandated limit of 75 players. The team placed Griff Whalen, George Foster and Brandon McKinney on the reserved injured list. Under new NFL rules, these players could possibly return later in the year if their health permits.  Rookies Justin Anderson and Josh Chapman were placed on the reserve physically...
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August 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Colts inactives against the Rams

Phil Richards just tweeted today's inactives including Tim Fugger who was just activated: #Colts inactives: G Justin Anderson, WR Donnie Avery, NT Josh Chapman, OLB Tim Fugger, DE Cory Redding. — Phil Richards (@PhilRichards6) August 12, 2012 A little surprised we won't see Donnie Avery although he's had some issues with his left thigh in camp. With the wide...
Via The Colts Authority
August 12, 2012  |  Discuss

News and Notes: Colts Ink Several Draft Picks, Delone Carter Had Surgery, and More

The Colts announced yesterday that they have signed four of their 2012 NFL Draft picks (all to four year deals), including:  Fifth round pick RB Vick Ballard Sixth round pick WR LaVon Brazill Seventh rounder LB Tim Fugger Mr. Irrelevant, QB Chandler Harnish As you can see, all of these signings are of the late round picks, with OL Justin Anderson being the only pick in...
Via The Colts Authority
May 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Colts GM Grigson Shows Genius in 2012 NFL Draft

Heading into the 2012 offseason was extremely difficult for Indianapolis Colts fans. Owner Jim Irsay made hard decisions that marked the end of an era of Colts football. Gone were the team's legendary General Manager Bill Polian and his son Chris, gone was nearly the entire coaching staff, and gone was a large portion of the nucleus of a 2006 NFL Championship team -- of course...
Via The Colts Authority
May 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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