In a move greatly surprising to me, John Oehser is reporting here that the Colts have just released backup MLB Adam Seward, a rare veteran pickup that had everyone (falsely) thinking that he would be the future at MLB. Apparently not. I'm not sure if the move signals that the Colts organization was not happy with Seward or if they were impressed with the other backup LB's. Either way, I wish Seward well.
In some better news, Jim Sorgi has put down his clipboard and has returned to practice. This is a very fast healing for a guy thought to be out until the season opener. Now he has a chance to defend his backup QB job against Curtis Painter, who has had a good preseason. In an expected move, the return of Sorgi means bad news to Chris Crane, who was horrible this preseason and was immediately released.
In the same entry, Oehser reports that Mike Hart will miss at least 2 weeks with his ankle injury. The stage is now set for Lance Ball to take the 3rd running back spot. It will be interesting to see if he can get it.