The Indianapolis Colts made a minor roster move today on their 90-man roster, as they signed free agent offensive tackle Jeremy Vujnovich and waived linebacker Anthony Sarao.
Vujnovich (6-5, 300 pounds) spent the past two seasons with the Green Bay Packers on their practice squad after originally being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2012. After two seasons on the practice squad, he signed a reserve/future deal earlier this offseason, but he was waived just a few days ago on May 9. Collegiately, Vujnovich played at Louisiana College from 2009-2012 and started 28 career games, while being named First Team American Southwest Conference in both 2011 and 2012.
Sarao was signed by the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of USC on May 2 shortly after the draft ended. He participated in the Colts' rookie mini-camp this past weekend, but he must not have been overly impressive as today they made the decision to waive him in order to bring in Vujnovich. The move is simply one that adds depth up front along the offensive line as the Colts continue to look for players who could help them there. Vujnovich has a long way to go toward actually making the roster and faces an uphill battle, but the Colts are continuing their search for as much talent as possible up front.