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Colts officially sign 21 undrafted free agents

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The Colts have announced the signings of 21 undrafted free agents.

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The Indianapolis Colts drafted eight players over the weekend to add to their team, and then shortly after their draft concluded they began contacting potential free agents.  These undrafted free agents are worth keeping an eye on, especially since at least one undrafted player has made the Colts roster for several years in a row.  Odds are, then, that one or two of the undrafted players signed will wind up making the team.

We have been keeping track of the reported signings over the past few days, but the Colts have now officially announced 21 undrafted free agent signings.  Below are those players the Colts have signed to contracts:

Daniel Anthrop, wide receiver, Purdue

Sterling Bailey, defensive end, Georgia

Isiah Cage, guard, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Daniel Davie, cornerback, Nebraska

Josh Ferguson, running back, Illinois

Darion Griswold, tight end, Arkansas State

Davante Harris, offensive tackle, Appalachian State

Marcus Leak, wide receiver, Maryland

Curt Maggitt, linebacker, Tennessee

Stefan McClure, safety, Cal

Mekale McKay, wide receiver, Cincinnati

Mike Miller, tight end, Taylor University

Christopher Milton, cornerback, Georgia Tech

Adam Redmond, guard, Harvard

Chester Rogers, wide receiver, Grambling State

Anthony Sarao, linebacker, USC

Delvon Simmons, defensive lineman, USC

Tevaun Smith, wide receiver, Iowa

Ronald Thompson, linebacker, Syracuse

Darius White, cornerback, Missouri

Andrew Williamson, safety, Vanderbilt

If you've been paying attention to our undrafted free agent tracker, we caught all but two of these (Marcus Leak and Darius White).  Furthermore, there were several players listed on that tracker that weren't signed by the Colts today - meaning that some of the reports could have been wrong, some of the players could have changed their minds, or most likely, some of those players will still be in rookie mini-camp with the Colts this weekend but on a tryout basis rather than as a signing.