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Indianapolis Colts re-sign cornerback Pierre Desir
Desir was considered one of the best cornerbacks available on the free agent market.
The Colts are re-signing one of their starting cornerbacks from last year. Cornerback Pierre Desir is returning to the Colts in 2019.
Source -- Colts to re-sign Desir for 3 years, $25M
Cornerback Pierre Desir, who had 60 tackles and an interception last season, is being re-signed by the Colts. The deal is for three years and $25 million, including $12 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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