The Indianapolis Colts yesterday cut ten players, likely making room for some undrafted free agent signings that will be announced soon.
Two of the players the Colts cut were claimed by teams today: the Buffalo Bills claimed cornerback Charles James, while the New England Patriots claimed wide receiver Devin Street.
The players who were not claimed today now become free agents eligible to sign with any team.
James was signed by the Colts last year in December, and he played in one game for Indianapolis and recorded two tackles. Before his time with the Colts, he spent time with the New York Giants and Houston Texans, and in total he has played in 34 games (starting one) and has recorded 28 tackles and two passes defensed.
Street was signed by the Colts off of the Patriots’ practice squad in September last year, and he spent the rest of the season with Indianapolis either on the active roster or on the practice squad. He played in five games last year for the Colts and caught one pass for 20 yards. Before his time in New England he played for the Dallas Cowboys, and in his career he has played in 36 games (starting two) and has caught 10 passes for 152 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots now get the chance to work with him once again, as they reportedly were disappointed to lose him last year when the Colts claimed Street.