Toudouze, Betts among Practice Squad Players Re-Signed by Colts
INDIANAPOLIS - The off-season for the Super Bowl XLI champions is well under way.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Colts announced their first series of roster moves for the 2007 off-season, moves that included the re-signing of offensive tackle Michael Toudouze and quarterback Josh Betts from the practice squad.
Toudouze, a fifth-round selection in the 2006 NFL Draft from the Texas Christian University, spent this past season on the Colts' practice squad. Betts, who also spent the season on the practice squad, was signed as an undrafted free agent from Miami-Ohio.
Also re-signed from the practice squad:
Wide receiver Devin Aromashodu, center
Albert Bimper, defensive back Tanard Davis and fullback Luke Lawton.
The Colts also signed the following free agents and allocated them to NFL Europe:
Offensive guard Matt Ulrich, quarterback Mike McGann, wide receiver Brian Hare, defensive tackle Tom Johnson and kicker Shane Andrus.
Ulrich played five games for the Colts each of the past two seasons.
The following players have been signed as future free agents:
Wide receiver Kevin McMahan (Maine), running back Kenton Keith (New Mexico State), offensive guard Sam Wilder (Colorado), defensive end Jeff Charleston (Utah State), linebacker Brandon Hoyte (Notre Dame), defensive back Scott Ware (Southern California) and defensive back Trevis Coley (Southern Mississippi