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1 PRESEASON WEEK 3 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-2) VS. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (2-0) 8 P.M. EDT | SATURDAY, AUG. 23, 2014 | LUCAS OIL STADIUM The Indianapolis Colts will battle the New Or- leans Saints on a CBS nationally televised game on Saturday, August 23. Kickoff is slated for 8 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium. The matchup will mark the 13th all-time between the teams in the preseason, with the Colts hold- ing a 7-5 overall advantage. It will also mark the first time the Saints have traveled to Indianapolis for a preseason game since 1991 when the Colts played in the Hoosier Dome. Last week, the Colts fell to the New York Gi- ants by a score of 27-26. Indianapolis held a 20-0 lead at halftime after limiting New York to just 48 total net yards, five first downs and a 1-of-7 (14%) third down conversion percentage. Safety Dewey McDonald and cornerback Kameron Jackson tied for the team lead with six tackles apiece. Offensively, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks tied game highs with five receptions for 53 yards. Quarterback Andrew Luck completed 12- of-18 passes (66.7%) for 89 yards and a touchdown for a 96.8 passer rating. Following Saturday’s contest against the Saints, the Colts will close the preseason with a road game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, August 28 at 7 p.m. Colts Wide Receiver Hakeem Nicks Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp. Indianapolis 11 5 0 .688 391 336 Tennessee 7 9 0 .438 362 381 Jacksonville 4 12 0 .250 247 449 Houston 2 14 0 .125 276 428 PRESEASON (0-2) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Thurs. Aug. 7 at NY Jets WNDY L, 13-10 Sat. Aug. 16 NY GIANTS WISH L, 27-26 Sat. Aug. 23 NEW ORLEANS CBS 8 p.m. Thurs. Aug. 28 at Cincinnati WNDY 7 p.m. REGULAR SEASON (0-0) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Sun. Sept. 7 at Denver NBC 8:30 p.m. Mon. Sept. 15 PHILADELPHIA ESPN 8:30 p.m. Sun. Sept. 21 at Jacksonville CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Sept. 28 TENNESSEE CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Oct. 5 BALTIMORE CBS 1 p.m. Thurs. Oct. 9 at Houston NFLN 8:25 p.m. Sun. Oct. 19 CINCINNATI CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Oct. 26 at Pittsburgh CBS 4:25 p.m. Mon. Nov. 3 at NY Giants ESPN 8:30 p.m. Sun. Nov. 9 BYE WEEK Sun. Nov. 16 NEW ENGLAND NBC 8:30 p.m. Sun. Nov. 23 JACKSONVILLE CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Nov. 30 WASHINGTON FOX 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 7 at Cleveland CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 14 HOUSTON CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 21 at Dallas CBS 4:25 p.m. Sun. Dec. 28 at Tennessee CBS 1 p.m. *All times are Eastern; Homes games in BOLD CAPS INDIANAPOLIS COLTS WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center P.O. Box 535000 Indianapolis, IN 46253 www.colts.com COLTS PLAY SAINTS ON NATIONAL TV IN THIRD PRESEASON CONTEST 2013 FINAL AFC SOUTH STANDINGS INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2014 SCHEDULE Monday, August 18 11:30 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability) 12:15- 1:00 p.m. – Player Availability Tuesday, August 19 11:35 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability) 2:00 p.m. – Coach Pagano Available 2:15-3:00 p.m. – Player Availability Wednesday, August 20 11:35 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability) 2:00 p.m. – Coach Pagano Available 2:15-3:00 p.m. – Player Availability Thursday, August 21 11:00 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability) After Practice – Coach Pagano Available After Practice – Players Available Friday, August 22 No Availability Saturday, August 23 Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints – 8 p.m. EDT MEDIA SCHEDULE: AUGUST 18-23 TV coverage: CBS Play-by-Play: Ian Eagle Color Analyst: Dan Fouts Sideline: Jenny Dell Radio coverage: WFNI & WLHK Play-by-Play: Bob Lamey Color Analyst: Jim Sorgi Sideline: Matt Taylor BROADCAST INFORMATION

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    PRESEASON WEEK 3INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-2) VS. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (2-0)8 P.M. EDT | SATURDAY, AUG. 23, 2014 | LUCAS OIL STADIUM

    The Indianapolis Colts will battle the New Or-leans Saints on a CBS nationally televised gameon Saturday, August 23. Kickoff is slated for 8p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium.The matchup will mark the 13th all-time betweenthe teams in the preseason, with the Colts hold-ing a 7-5 overall advantage. It will also mark thefirst time the Saints have traveled to Indianapolisfor a preseason game since 1991 when theColts played in the Hoosier Dome.Last week, the Colts fell to the New York Gi-ants by a score of 27-26. Indianapolis held a

    20-0 lead at halftime after limiting New York to just 48 total netyards, five first downs and a 1-of-7 (14%) third down conversionpercentage. Safety Dewey McDonald and cornerback KameronJackson tied for the team lead with six tackles apiece.Offensively, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks tied game highs with fivereceptions for 53 yards. Quarterback Andrew Luck completed 12-of-18 passes (66.7%) for 89 yards and a touchdown for a 96.8passer rating.Following Saturday’s contest against the Saints, the Colts will closethe preseason with a road game against the Cincinnati Bengals onThursday, August 28 at 7 p.m.

    Colts Wide ReceiverHakeem Nicks

    Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.Indianapolis 11 5 0 .688 391 336Tennessee 7 9 0 .438 362 381Jacksonville 4 12 0 .250 247 449Houston 2 14 0 .125 276 428

    PRESEASON (0-2)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultThurs. Aug. 7 at NY Jets WNDY L, 13-10Sat. Aug. 16 NY GIANTS WISH L, 27-26Sat. Aug. 23 NEW ORLEANS CBS 8 p.m.Thurs. Aug. 28 at Cincinnati WNDY 7 p.m.REGULAR SEASON (0-0)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultSun. Sept. 7 at Denver NBC 8:30 p.m.Mon. Sept. 15 PHILADELPHIA ESPN 8:30 p.m.Sun. Sept. 21 at Jacksonville CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Sept. 28 TENNESSEE CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Oct. 5 BALTIMORE CBS 1 p.m.Thurs. Oct. 9 at Houston NFLN 8:25 p.m.Sun. Oct. 19 CINCINNATI CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Oct. 26 at Pittsburgh CBS 4:25 p.m.Mon. Nov. 3 at NY Giants ESPN 8:30 p.m.Sun. Nov. 9 BYE WEEKSun. Nov. 16 NEW ENGLAND NBC 8:30 p.m.Sun. Nov. 23 JACKSONVILLE CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Nov. 30 WASHINGTON FOX 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 7 at Cleveland CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 14 HOUSTON CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 21 at Dallas CBS 4:25 p.m.Sun. Dec. 28 at Tennessee CBS 1 p.m.*All times are Eastern; Homes games in BOLD CAPS

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTSWEEKLY PRESS RELEASEIndiana Farm Bureau Football CenterP.O. Box 535000Indianapolis, IN 46253www.colts.com

    COLTS PLAY SAINTS ON NATIONAL TVIN THIRD PRESEASON CONTEST

    2013 FINAL AFC SOUTH STANDINGS

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2014 SCHEDULE

    Monday, August 1811:30 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability)12:15- 1:00 p.m. – Player AvailabilityTuesday, August 1911:35 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability)2:00 p.m. – Coach Pagano Available2:15-3:00 p.m. – Player AvailabilityWednesday, August 2011:35 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability)2:00 p.m. – Coach Pagano Available2:15-3:00 p.m. – Player AvailabilityThursday, August 2111:00 a.m. – Practice (Limited Availability)After Practice – Coach Pagano AvailableAfter Practice – Players AvailableFriday, August 22No AvailabilitySaturday, August 23Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints – 8 p.m. EDT

    MEDIA SCHEDULE: AUGUST 18-23

    TV coverage: CBSPlay-by-Play: Ian EagleColor Analyst: Dan FoutsSideline: Jenny DellRadio coverage: WFNI & WLHKPlay-by-Play: Bob LameyColor Analyst: Jim SorgiSideline: Matt Taylor

    BROADCAST INFORMATION

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS / COLTS GAMEDAY INFOGame Preview/Schedules/Standings ............................................1Table of Contents/Important Information .......................................2Head Coach Comparison ..............................................................3Connections ..................................................................................4Statistical Comparison...................................................................5Colts Offseason Moves .................................................................6Colts 2014 NFL Draft Picks ...........................................................7Milestones Reached in 2013......................................................8-92013 Colts Notes ....................................................................10-11Unofficial Colts Depth Chart ........................................................12Colts Players By Position ............................................................13How the Colts were Built .............................................................14Colts Alphabetical Roster ............................................................15Colts Numerical Roster ...............................................................16Colts Transactions.......................................................................172013 Colts Regular Season Stats ...............................................182013 Colts Regular Season Defensive Stats ..............................192013 Colts Postseason Stats ......................................................202013 Colts Postseason Defensive Stats .....................................212014 Colts Preseason Stats........................................................222014 Colts Preseason Defensive Stats.......................................23

    On the Colts media website, http://media.colts.com, media outletscan access up-to-date Colts information, including press releases,transcripts, daily notes, game releases and media schedules/avail-abilities. The site also offers access to the 2014 media guide as wellas the ability to request season and game-by-game credentials.

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    Along with their normal slate of home and road contests againstAFC South opponents - Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee - theColts will compete against the AFC North and NFC East Divisionsin 2014. Indianapolis will face four 2013 playoff teams this season.INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2014 REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTSTeam H/A 2013 Record Last Meeting/ResultHouston H/A 2-14 (.125) H - 12/15/13 - W, 25-3Jacksonville H/A 4-12 (.250) H - 12/29/13 - W, 30-10Tennessee H/A 7-9 (.438) H - 12/1/13 - W, 22-14New England H 12-4 (.750) *A - 1/11/14 - L, 43-22Baltimore H 8-8 (.500) *A - 1/6/13 - L, 24-9Cincinnati H 11-5 (.688) A - 12/8/13 - L, 42-28Philadelphia H 10-6 (.625) A - 11/7/10 - L, 26-24Washington H 3-13 (.188) A - 10/17/10 - W, 27-24Denver A 13-3 (.813) H - 10/20/13 - W, 39-33Cleveland A 4-12 (.250) H - 10/21/12 - W, 17-13Pittsburgh A 8-8 (.500) H - 9/25/11 - L, 23-20Dallas A 8-8 (.500) H - 12/5/10 - L, 38-35N.Y. Giants A 7-9 (.438) H - 9/19/10 - W, 38-14

    Total 97-111 (.466) *Postseason

    2014 REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

    PRE-GAME FESTIVITIESAmerican Family Insurance Touchdown TownFree and open to the public, American Family Insurance Touch-down Town opens three hours prior to kickoff and features $3 drinksspecials, food trucks, a giant TV screen, live music, the PLAY 60Zone for kids and much more. Touchdown Town is located on thenorth side of Lucas Oil Stadium, along South Street.www.colts.com/fanzone. • Food Special: US Foods will offer a free beverage with any pur-chase at their food truck in Touchdown Town.• Limited Edition Give-A-Way: Each game this season, the first2,000 fans inside American Family Insurance Touchdown Town willreceive a limited edition koozie featuring the name, number andlaser signature of a Colts player. This week’s featured player isCoby Fleener.GAMEDAY CHARITY COLLECTIONFill the BootFirefighters will be stationed outside the gates from 6-8 p.m. col-lecting monetary donations to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy As-sociation. www.colts.com/collections. 50/50 RAFFLEDuring every 2014 home game, the Indianapolis Colts will host a50/50 Raffle for fans. Tickets will be sold at six kiosks throughoutthe stadium as well as multiple mobile sellers. Tickets will be soldthrough the end of the third quarter. During the fourth quarter, theColts will announce the winning number and amount. Fifty percentof the net proceeds from the day’s ticket sales will go to one luckyfan and the remainder will support the work of the Indianapolis ColtsFoundation in the community. www.colts.com/5050.NATIONAL ANTHEM SINGERIndianapolis Colts CheerleadersColts Cheerleaders Allie, Courtney and Stefanie will perform theNational Anthem.HALFTIME ENTERTAINMENTPee Wee FootballEastern Comets Youth Football vs. Northwestern Tigers Youth Foot-ball.NFL INITIATIVEHeads Up FootballThe Indianapolis Colts will join the NFL and USA Football in cele-brating youth football and promoting the Heads Up Football initiativeby incorporating several elements into Saturday’s game:• Indiana youth football players will assist in holding the Americanflag during the National Anthem.• More than 1,000 tickets to the game have been donated to youthfootball teams.• A Heads Up Football safety zone will be set up in American Fam-ily Insurance Touchdown Town to teach fans about proper tacklingmethods and the NFL’s efforts to make the game safer.• Heads Up field stencils and endzone banners.• Youth Football scrimmages will take place at halftime of thegame.• Pregame Check Presentations--USA Football and the Indianapolis Colts will present Jim Irsay

    Equipment Grants of $1,000 each to 10 Youth and High SchoolFootball Teams.• Halftime Check Presentation--The Indianapolis Colts will announce a $40,000 donation to help

    cover the Heads-Up Certification Training for approximately 2,000Indiana High School Football Coaches.

    COLTS GAMEDAY INFO

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    HEAD COACH COMPARISON

    COACHING YEARS IN NFL: 13th YearCOLTS HEAD COACH: 3rd YearREGULAR SEASON: 22-10 (.688)POSTSEASON: 1-2 (.333)PRO CAREER: Named head coach of the Indi-anapolis Colts on January 25, 2012. In two sea-sons as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts,Chuck Pagano has led the team to back-to-back

    11-5 regular season records and playoff berths each year. The suc-cess culminated with an AFC South Division Championship in 2013preceding an AFC Wild Card Playoff victory against the Kansas CityChiefs in a game that marked the second-largest comeback in NFLpostseason history. Pagano became the first head coach in team history and the eighthin NFL annals to lead a team to 11 wins in each of his first two sea-sons. He has coached 32 games without losing consecutive con-tests, which is the second-longest streak for a Colts head coachand the longest streak to start a career in franchise history. In 2013, Indianapolis recorded a perfect 6-0 division record for thefirst time since 2009 and claimed its eighth division title since 2002.In 2013, Indianapolis placed 17 players on Injured Reserve, includ-ing six starters, and witnessed an NFL-high 73 different players takeat least one snap with the team. In 2012, the Colts overcame the loss of Pagano to acute promye-locytic leukemia for 12 games and responded with seven fourthquarter or overtime game-winning drives en route to an 11-5 cam-paign. Pagano previously spent four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens,the last (2011) as the team’s defensive coordinator. He also servedas the defensive backs coach of the Oakland Raiders (2005-06)and the secondary coach of the Cleveland Browns (2001-04). CAREER RECORD: 23-12.BACKGROUND: Pagano was a safety at Wyoming from 1980-83.Coached collegiately at Southern California (1984-85), Miami(1986), Boise State (1987-88), East Carolina (1989), Nevada-LasVegas (1990-91), East Carolina (1992-94), Miami (1995-2000),North Carolina (2007).PERSONAL: Born in Boulder, Colo. on October 2, 1960. He andwife, Tina, have three daughters: Tara, Taylor, Tori. His brother,John, is the San Diego Chargers’ defensive coordinator.INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ASSISTANT COACHESGreg Manusky Defensive CoordinatorPep Hamilton Offensive CoordinatorTom McMahon Special Teams CoordinatorRoy Anderson Safeties CoachTim Berbenich Offensive AssistantBrant Boyer Asst. Special Teams CoachClyde Christensen Quarterbacks CoachRob Chudzinski Special Asst. to the Head CoachGary Emanuel Defensive Line CoachJeff FitzGerald Linebackers CoachJoe Gilbert Offensive Line CoachMike Gillhamer Secondary CoachFrank Giufre Offensive Quality Control CoachRichard Howell Asst. Strength & Conditioning CoachHal Hunter Asst. Offensive Line CoachRoger Marandino Strength and Conditioning CoachAlfredo Roberts Tight Ends CoachDavid Walker Running Backs CoachBrad White Asst. Linebackers CoachCharlie Williams Wide Receivers Coach

    COACHING YEARS IN NFL: 18th YearSAINTS HEAD COACH: 9th YearREGULAR SEASON: 73-39 (.652)POSTSEASON: 6-4 (.600)PRO CAREER: Named the 14th head coach inSaints history on Jan. 18, 2006 and has led theteam to five playoff appearances, three NFC Southtitles, two NFC Championship berths and the Super

    Bowl XLIV title. Payton earned unanimous NFL Coach of the Year honors in his firstseason in 2006 and received the same honors from some outletsin 2009. Considered one of the NFL’s brightest offensive minds, the Saintshave ranked among the league’s top 10 offenses each seasonsince his arrival, including finishing first in the NFL (with a leaguerecord 7,474 yards) in 2011, in addition to 2009, 2008 and 2006. With the Dallas Cowboys (2003-05), he served as the assistanthead coach/passing game coordinator in 2005 after spending hisfirst two seasons as assistant head coach/quarterbacks. Payton coached four years with the New York Giants (1999-2002),the last three seasons as offensive coordinator, and was quarter-backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles (1997-98). CAREER RECORD: 79-43.BACKGROUND: Earned a degree in communications at EasternIllinois, where he departed with a school-record 10,665 passingyards, then the third-highest total in NCAA Division I-AA history. A three-time All-American, Payton had brief playing stops withChicago of the Arena League, the CFL’s Ottawa Rough Riders andthe Chicago Bears in 1987. Payton coached collegiately at San Diego State (1988-89, 1992-93), Indiana State (1990-91), Miami (Ohio) in 1994-95, and Illinois(1996).PERSONAL: Born Dec. 29, 1963 in San Mateo, Calif. and raisedin Naperville, Ill.NEW ORLEANS SAINTS ASSISTANT COACHESJoe Vitt Assistant Head Coach/LinebackersPete Carmichael Offensive CoordinatorRob Ryan Defensive CoordinatorGreg McMahon Special Teams CoordinatorCharles Byrd Assistant Strength & ConditioningAndre Curtis Assistant SecondaryDan Dalrymple Head Strength and ConditioningHenry Ellard Wide ReceiversBret Ingalls Offensive LineBill Johnson Defensive LineStan Kwan Assistant Special TeamsTerry Malone Tight EndsWesley McGriff SecondaryDan Roushar Running BacksCarter Sheridan Offensive Assistant/Wide ReceiversFrank Smith Offensive Assistant/Offensive LineMarcus Ungaro Defensive AssistantRob Wenning Strength and Conditioning AssistantBrian Young Defensive Assistant/Linebackers

    COLTS HEAD COACH CHUCK PAGANO SAINTS HEAD COACH SEAN PAYTON

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    CONNECTIONSINDIANA / NEW ORLEANS CONNECTIONS• Three members of the Colts defense played college ball at LSU under LesMiles: S-LaRon Landry (2003-06), DT-Ricky Jean Francois (2006-08),LB-Kelvin Sheppard (2006-10).• Four Colts players are natives of the state of Louisiana: S-LaRon Landry(Metairie), G-Lance Louis (New Orleans), WR-Eric Thomas (Shreveport)and WR-Reggie Wayne (New Orleans).• Saints QB-Drew Brees played collegiately at Purdue from 1997-2000. • Colts Assistant Offensive Line Coach Hal Hunter served as the offensiveline coach at LSU from 1995-99.• Saints Head Coach Sean Payton spent two seasons as the quarterbackscoach at Indiana State from 1990-91. • Saints Quarterbacks Coach Mike Neu was born in Indianapolis. He grewup in Indianapolis and was a four-year starter at quarterback for Ball Statefrom 1989-1993.• Saints Offensive Line Coach Bret Ingalls spent the 2004 season coachingin the same capacity at Indiana State.• Saints Running Backs Coach Dan Roushar spent seven seasons with theButler Bulldogs football program, serving as an offensive assistant from1986-1992. Roushar also spent the 1994 season as the offensive coordi-nator at Ball State.• Saints Offensive Assistant/Offensive Line Coach Frank Smith served onthe coaching staff at Butler from 2006-09, where he tutored the offensiveline for his entire tenure while also handling offensive coordinator duties dur-ing his final three seasons with the Bulldogs. FORMER COLTS / SAINTS• Saints Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Coach Joe Vitt served as thestrength coach for the Baltimore Colts from 1979-1981.• Saints ILB-Ramon Humber appeared in 18 games (two starts) with theColts from 2009-2010, and totaled 18 tackles and one forced fumble.• Saints OLB-Keyunta Dawson played with the Colts from 2007-2010.Dawson played in 58 games (20 starts) and recorded 103 tackles, 1.0 sack,one forced fumble and five fumble recoveries during his time in Indianapolis. COLLEGE CONNECTIONS• Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano and Saints Special Teams CoordinatorGreg McMahon were on the UNLV staff together from 1990-91. Paganoserved as the secondary coach in 1990 and the defensive coordinator in 1991,and McMahon was a coach for offensive tackles/tight ends/special teams.• Saints Defensive Line Coach Bill Johnson was a graduate assistant atMiami in 1987 when Colts Tight Ends Coach Alfredo Roberts (1983-87)and Special Assistant to the Head Coach Rob Chudzinski (1986-1990)both lined up at tight end for Hurricanes.• Colts DT-Ricky Jean Francois (RS 2005, 2006-08) and ILB-Kelvin Shep-pard (RS 2006, 2007-2010) played at LSU while Saints Strength and Con-ditioning Coach Rob Wenning served as a strength and conditioninggraduate assistant for the Tigers (2008-2010).• Colts CB-Johnny Adams (2008-2012) and DE-Tyler Hoover (2008 RS,2009-2013) were at Michigan State during Saints Running Backs Coach DanRousher’s tenure with the Spartans (2007-2011), coaching the offensive line,tight ends and serving as the offensive coordinator for his final two seasons.• Colts Defensive Line Coach Gary Emanuel (1997-2004) coached the de-fensive line during Saints QB-Drew Brees’ collegiate career at Purdue(1997-2000).• Colts Secondary Coach Mike Gillhamer spent the 2011 season as thesecondary coach at Illinois while Saints K-Derek Dimke (2008-2011) andDE-Glenn Foster (2008 RS, 2009-2012) played for the Illini.• Colts Wide Receivers Coach Charlie Williams was the receivers coachat North Carolina during Saints ILB-Kevin Reddick’s (2009-2012) collegiatecareer with the Tar Heels.• Colts QB-Andrew Luck, TE-Coby Fleener, S-Delano Howell and WR-Griff Whalen (2008-2011) were teammates at Stanford with Saints FB-ErikLorig (2006-09). • Colts RB-Trent Richardson (2009-2011) and DT-Josh Chapman (2007-2011) were teammates on Alabama’s 2010 BCS National Championshipteam with Saints RB-Mark Ingram (2008-2010) and NT-Brandon Deader-ick (2007-09).• Richardson and Chapman were teammates with Saints rookie S-VinnieSunseri (2011-13) on Alabama’s 2012 BCS National Championship team. • Colts CB-Vontae Davis and Saints RB-Pierre Thomas played togetherat Illinois for a season in 2006.• Colts C-Khaled Holmes (2008-2012) and Saints DE-George Uko (2011-13) were teammates at USC for two seasons. • Colts TE-Jack Doyle (2009-2012) and ILB-Andrew Jackson (2011-13)played at Western Kentucky with Saints CB-Derrius Brooks (2008-2011).• Colts G-Hugh Thornton (2009-2012) and rookie WR-Ryan Lankford(2010-13) were teammates at Illinois with Saints K-Derek Dimke (2008-2011) and DE-Glenn Foster (2010-12).• Colts G-Josh Walker (2009-2013) blocked three years at Middle Ten-nessee State for Saints rookie QB-Logan Kilgore (2010-13).• Colts WR-Tony Washington and Saints RB-Travaris Cadet were team-mates at Appalachian State from 2010-11.• Colts T-Anthony Castonzo and Saints OLB-Kasim Edebali spent the2010 season together at Boston College.• Colts CB-Kameron Jackson and Saints OLB-Khairi Fortt played to-gether on the defensive side of the football at California from 2012-13.

    • Colts CB-Loucheiz Purifoy (2011-13) and C-Jonotthan Harrison (2009-2013) played collegiately at Florida with Saints OLB-Ronald Powell (2010-13).NFL CONNECTIONS• Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano spent two seasons with the OaklandRaiders working with Saints Defensive Coordinator Rob Ryan from 2005-06. Ryan also served as defensive coordinator while in Oakland whilePagano worked as the defensive backs coach.• Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael worked with Colts Defen-sive Coordinator Greg Manusky and Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamiltonwhile in Washington during the 2001 season. Manusky and Carmichael alsospent four seasons together with the San Diego Chargers from 2002-05.• In 2005, Carmichael served as San Diego’s assistant wide receiverscoach alongside Colts Special Assistant to the Head Coach Rob Chudzin-ski who worked with the tight ends.• Hamilton worked with Saints Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers CoachJoe Vitt while in Kansas City in 2000.• During the 2009 season, Colts Assistant Special Teams Coach BrantBoyer worked with Saints Defensive Coordinator Rob Ryan in Cleveland. • Colts Linebackers Coach Jeff FitzGerald spent three seasons with SaintsAssistant Special Teams Coach Stan Kwan in Arizona from 2001-03.• Colts Secondary Coach Mike Gillhamer worked with Saints Head CoachSean Payton while with the New York Giants from 1999-2000.• Colts Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon spent three years in St.Louis working with Saints Assistant Secondary Coach Andre Curtis from2009-2011.• Vitt got his pro coaching start with the Baltimore Colts from 1979-1981.While with the Colts, Vitt worked as their strength/quality control coach.• Colts Linebackers Coach Jeff FitzGerald spent two seasons in Cincinnatialongside Saints K-Shayne Graham from 2008-09. • Graham also spent time with Boyer while with the New York Giants in2010. • In 2004, Saints QB-Luke McCown spent time in Cleveland with two Coltscoaches: Pagano and Chudzinski.• McMahon worked with the St. Louis Rams while Saints T-Thomas Welchwas on the team. • McMahon also spent time with Saints ILB-Curtis Lofton while in Atlantaduring the 2008 season.• Saints C-Jon Goodwin and Colts Offensive Assistant Tim Berbenichspent four seasons with the New York Jets from 2002-05. In 2003, the pairwas joined by Hamilton where the three worked together through the 2005season.• During Saints OLB-Parys Haralson’s time in San Fransisco, he spenttime with two Colts coaches: Hamilton (2006) and Manusky (2007-2010).• In 1999, FitzGerald worked with Washington while Saints CB-Champ Bai-ley was playing for the team. Bailey went on to work with two other Coltscoaches during his 2001 season with the Redskins: Hamilton andManusky.• Manusky spent four seasons in San Diego while Saints QB-Drew Breeswas on the team from 2002-05. The pair was joined by Chudzinski for the2005 season. In 2012, Saints WR-Robert Meachem and Colts AssistantOffensive Line Coach Hal Hunter were together with the Chargers.• Berbenich worked with Saints QB-Luke McCown from 2006-08 while inTampa Bay. During the 2010-11 seasons, Berbenich began working withSaints FB-Erik Lorig and Roberts while with the Buccaneers. • In 2007, Saints G-Ben Grubbs along with FitzGerald and Safeties CoachRoy Anderson spent the season with the Baltimore Ravens. Grubbs and An-derson remained working together at the Ravens from 2007 through the endof the 2011 season. In 2008, Grubbs and Anderson were joined by Paganowho worked in Baltimore through 2011. Saints K-Shayne Graham joinedPagano, Grubbs and Anderson with the Ravens during the 2011 season.• During the 2011 season, Colts ILB-Kelvin Sheppard spent time withKwan in Buffalo. While with the Bills, Sheppard and Kwan were joined byColts S-Delano Howell in 2012.• Kwan spent four seasons in Detroit from 2004-08 with Colts DE-Cory Red-ding. In 2008, the pair was joined by Colts T-Gosder Cherilus who re-mained in Detroit with Kwan through the 2009 season.• Colts ILB-D’Qwell Jackson and S-Mike Adams spent two seasons inCleveland with Ryan from 2009-2010.• Ryan went on to work alongside Colts RB-Phillip Tanner in Dallas from2011-12. Ryan also spent four seasons in New England with Colts K-AdamVinatieri from 2000-03.• In 1999, Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeck and Vitt spent the season with theGreen Bay Packers.• Colts RB-Ahmad Bradshaw and Curtis spent two seasons with the NewYork Giants from 2007-08. Curtis went on to work with Colts CB-JoshGordy in 2011 while with the St. Louis Rams. • Colts CB-Greg Toler and Saints G-Senio Kelemente were teammates inArizona during the 2012 season.• Colts NT-Brandon McKinney and Saints G-Ben Grubbs spent four sea-sons together playing for the Baltimore Ravens from 2008-2011. From 2010-11, the pair was joined by Colts DE-Arthur Jones and DE-Cory Redding.Saints K-Shayne Graham joined the Ravens during the 2011 season andplayed with McKinney, Grubbs, Jones and Redding.• Colts G-Lance Louis and Saints OLB-Cheta Ozougwa played togetherin Chicago during the 2012 season.• Colts RB-Phillip Tanner and Saints OLB-Victor Butler were teammates

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    STATISTICAL COMPARISON

    COLTS SAINTSPASSING YARDS

    A. Luck .........................3,822 D. Brees .......................5,162RUSHING YARDS

    D. Brown .........................537 P. Thomas .......................549T. Richardson ..................458 M. Ingram ........................386A. Luck ............................377 K. Robinson.....................224

    RECEIVING YARDST. Hilton ........................1,083 J. Graham ....................1,215C. Fleener .......................608 M. Colston .......................943R. Wayne.........................503 K. Stills ............................641

    POINTS SCOREDA. Vinatieri .......................139 G. Hartley ........................107D. Brown ...........................48 J. Graham .........................96T. Hilton .............................30 Stills/Colston/Thomas .......30

    INTERCEPTIONSD. Butler ..............................4 K. Lewis...............................4C. Vaughn............................3 M. Jenkins ...........................2A. Bethea/J. Freeman .........2 Six players...........................1

    SACKSR. Mathis ........................19.5 C. Jordan........................12.5J. Freeman .......................5.5 J. Galette........................12.0C. Redding .......................4.5 A. Hicks ............................4.5

    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (AVG.)D. Reed.................590 (24.6) D. Sproles .............255 (21.3)C. Vaughn .............142 (28.4) T. Cadet ................239 (26.6)C. Rainey ..............131 (21.8)

    PUNT RETURN YARDS (AVG.)T. Hilton...................159 (9.4) D. Sproles ...............194 (6.7)G. Whalen.............104 (13.0)

    PUNTING YARDS (GROSS/NET AVG.)P. McAfee...3,499 (46.0/38.5) T. Morstead...2,859 (46.9/42.3)

    FIELD GOALSA. Vinatieri ......35/40 (87.5%) G. Hartley .......22/30 (73.3%)

    Date W/L Site Attendance8/30/1975 L, 27-3 Louisiana Superdome 60,6438/20/1976 L, 26-20 Memorial Stadium 38,8798/8/1981 L, 24-23 Louisiana Superdome 46,7928/20/1988 W, 54,117 Hoosier Dome 54,1178/12/1989 W, 31-7 Louisiana Superdome 57,7718/31/1990 L, 17-14 Louisiana Superdome 54,7968/17/1991 W, 34-28 Hoosier Dome 45,9637/27/1996 W, 10-7 Fawcett Stadium 23,376HOF Game (Canton, Ohio)8/21/1999 W, 37-7 Louisiana Superdome 41,7888/12/2000 W, 17-0 Ross-Ade Stadium 20,105(West Lafayette, Ind.)8/30/2002 L, 25-21 Louisiana Superdome 67,2478/26/2006 W, 27-14 Miss. Veterans Memorial 58,228Stadium (Jackson, Miss.)ALL-TIME SERIES: Colts lead, 7-5CURRENT COLTS STREAK: Won 1

    in Dallas from 2011-12.• Colts S-Mike Adams and Saints CB-Champ Bailey spent two seasonsin Denver from 2012-13.• From 2010-12, Colts ILB-D’Qwell Jackson and Saints TE-BenjaminWatson were teammates on the Cleveland Browns. Colts S-Mike Adamsjoined the pair from 2010-11. During the 2012 season, Jackson and Watsonwere joined by Colts RB-Trent Richardson and Saints CB-Trevin Wade.• Colts RB-Daniel Herron and Saints TE-Richard Quinn played togetherin 2012 while in Cincinnati.• During the 2011 season, Colts DE-Cory Redding and Saints OLB-Keyunta Dawson played together in Detroit.• Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeck and Saints ILB-David Hawthorne spentthree years in Seattle from 2008-2010. During the 2009 season, the pairwas joined by Colts DE-Cory Redding.• Colts CB-Vontae Davis and Saints K-Shayne Graham spent the 2011season together playing for the Miami Dolphins.• In 2006, Adams and Saints OLB-Parys Haralson were teammates onthe San Francisco 49ers. Haralson was joined in San Francisco by ColtsDT-Ricky Jean Francois for three seasons from 2009-2011. From 2011-12, Saints C-Jonathan Goodwin joined Francois on the 49ers. Colts OLB-Cam Johnson joined Goodwin and Francois during the 2012 season.• Colts S-LaRon Landry and Saints TE-Richard Quinn played for Wash-ington in 2011.• Saints OLB-Keyunta Dawson and Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeck playedtogether during the 2012 season in Tennessee.• During the 2010 season, Colts WR-Hakeem Nicks and RB-AhmadBradshaw played on the New York Giants with Saints K-Shayne Graham.In 2012, Nicks and Bradshaw remained on the Giants and were joined bySaints CB-Terrence Frederick. • Saints TE-Ben Watson played on the New England Patriots with twoColts: K-Adam Vinatieri (2004-05) and CB-Darius Butler (2009). In 2010,Butler was joined by Colts S-Sergio Brown and Saints NT-BrandonDeadrick and K-Shayne Graham.

    Rush Rush Pass Pass Sks/ 1st Punt Kick 3rd 4th Red GoalYds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Int. Pass Dwns/ Rtrn Rtrn FG Dwn Dwn Zone to Go Avg. Pts/

    Tm Gm Play Gm Play Gm Play Pct. Att. Gm Avg. Avg. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. TOP GmIND 341.8 5.35 108.9 4.26 232.8 6.40 1.72 5.50% 19.9 9.9 23.5 87.50 37.56 30.00 56.00 63.64 29:41 24.4Rank 15 15 20t 13 17 19 3 5 16 14 14 18 15 28t 14 26 21 14tNO 399.4 5.92 92.1 3.77 307.4 7.55 1.84 5.68% 22.4 6.1 23.0 75.00 43.89 47.37 56.14 74.19 32:41 25.9Rank 4 6 25 26 2 5 6 7 4 30 17 30 3 17 12t 9 2 10

    Rush Rush Pass Pass Sks/ 1st Punt Kick 3rd 4th Red Goal Pt YdYds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Int. Pass Dwns/ Rtrn Rtrn Dwn Dwn Zone to Go Pts/ Diff/ Diff/

    Tm Gm Play Gm Play Gm Play Pct. Att. Gm Avg. Avg. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. Gm Gm GmIND 357.1 5.57 125.1 4.47 231.9 6.92 2.80 7.84% 19.9 13.7 25.2 37.62 52.63 58.54 72.73 21.0 3.4 -15.3Rank 20 22 26 25 13 21 16 9 14 31 27 15 20 20 18 9 10t 20NO 305.7 5.19 111.6 4.61 194.1 6.12 2.37 9.66% 17.1 7.5 25.2 34.67 33.33 56.52 70.37 19.0 6.9 93.8Rank 4 10 19 28 2 9 22 4 1 7 26 9 6t 18 14 4 7 2

    CONNECTIONS CONT. 2013 TEAM LEADERS

    COLTS / SAINTS ALL-TIMEPRESEASON RESULTS

    2013 FINAL REGULAR SEASON OFFENSIVE RANKINGS

    2013 FINAL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE RANKINGS

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    COLTS OFFSEASON NOTESADDITIONS THROUGH FREE AGENCYS-COLT ANDERSON

    Appeared in 48 games (six starts) over the past four seasons (2010-13) with the Philadelphia Eagles and recorded 47 tackles (33 solo), fourpasses defensed, one interception, two forced fumbles and 46 special teams stops. Appeared in 14 games in 2013 and led the team with a ca-reer-high 16 special teams tackles. Started the final four games at safety in 2012 and posted a team-high 36 tackles during that span. He wasalso named the Eagles 2012 Ed Block Courage Award recipient.

    ILB-D’QWELL JACKSONStarted 96-of-97 games over the past eight seasons with the Cleveland Browns since being selected by the team in the second round (34thoverall) of the 2006 NFL Draft out of the University of Maryland. Holds career totals of 891 tackles (566 solo), 11.5 sacks, 28 passes defensed,eight interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, seven fumble recoveries and five forced fumbles. Has posted six 100-tackle seasons,while leading the team on five occasions (2007-08, 2011-13). Started all 16 games in 2013 and played in 1,149-of-1,150 (99.9%) defensivesnaps. Ended the year with a streak of 48 consecutive starts, dating back to the 2011 campaign. Tallied a team-high 143 tackles (92 solo), 1.5sacks, seven passes defensed, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Earned the Browns Dino Lucarelli Good Guy

    Award in 2012 and was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 12. Was honored as the Browns recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award in2011 and garnered AFC Defensive Player of the Month accolades for September. Registered career highs of 191 tackles and three interceptions in 2008while starting in all 16 games.DE-ARTHUR JONES

    Totaled 118 tackles (66 solo), 8.5 sacks and one forced fumble in 46 career games (20 starts) for the Baltimore Ravens over the past four sea-sons. In six postseason games (two starts), recorded 10 tackles (five solo), 1.0 sack and two fumble recoveries. Started a career-high 13 gamesin 2013 and registered a career-high 53 tackles (27 solo) and 4.0 sacks. Was part of a defense that ranked fourth in the AFC in rushing yardsallowed and sixth in total yards allowed. Played in all 16 games (six starts) in 2012 for the first time in his career and tallied 47 tackles (27 solo),a career-high 4.5 sacks and one forced fumble.

    WR-HAKEEM NICKSCaught 311 passes for 4,622 yards and 27 touchdowns in 70 regular season games (59 starts) over the last five seasons (2009-2013) with theNew York Giants. Totaled 28 receptions for 444 yards and four touchdowns in four postseason starts. Since 2009, ranks eighth in the NFC inreceiving yards, ninth in receptions and tied for 15th in receiving touchdowns. His 27 career touchdown receptions place him in a tie for 11thplace in Giants history, while his career-high 11 touchdowns in 2010 are tied for the fourth-most in a single season in team history. Posted back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons in 2010 and 2011, including a career-high 1,192 yards in 2011. Tallied 56 receptions for 896 yards in 15starts in 2013. Recorded 444 postseason receiving yards en route to the Giants 2011 Super Bowl XLVI victory, which ranks as the second-most

    in a single postseason in NFL history. His 28 receptions also rank tied for second, while his four touchdown receptions are tied for sixth.NOTABLE RE-SIGNINGSRB-AHMAD BRADSHAW

    Appeared in three games (two starts) for the Colts in 2013 and rushed for 186 yards and two touchdowns on 41 attempts, while adding sevenreceptions for 42 yards. In Week 3 at San Francisco, ran for a season-high 95 yards and a touchdown en route to a 27-7 Colts victory over the49ers. Was then placed on Injured Reserve on October 9, 2013. For his seven-year career, has rushed 962 times for 4,418 yards and 34 touch-downs, while catching 139 passes for 1,129 yards and three touchdowns in 87 regular season games (35 starts). In nine postseason contests(three starts), has totaled 480 yards and two touchdowns on 111 attempts and 20 receptions for 141 yards.

    S-SERGIO BROWNPlayed in 14 games in 2013 and totaled nine special teams tackles and one defensive stop. Also recovered a fumble on special teams in Week7 against Denver and blocked a field goal in Week 12 at Arizona. Played an instrumental role in helping punter Pat McAfee pin 27 punts insidethe 20-yard line, a franchise single-season record. Has appeared in 56 career games (three starts) and has notched 42 tackles (38 solo), 31special teams stops, two passes defensed, one interception and one fumble recovery. In seven postseason games, has recorded one specialteams tackle.

    CB-VONTAE DAVISStarted all 16 games for the first time in his career in 2013 and recorded 48 tackles (42 solo), a career-high 13 passes defensed and one inter-ception. In two postseason games (one start), posted four solo tackles. Started all 10 games he appeared in in 2012 and compiled 53 tackles(40 solo), seven passes defensed, three interceptions and a sack. Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors in Week 17 againstHouston after intercepting two passes and adding a career-high three passes defensed. For his five-year NFL career, has competed in 70 games(62 starts) and has totaled 243 tackles (208 solo), 52 passes defensed, 13 interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 2.0 sacks andone forced fumble. Since 2009, his interception total ranks tied for 10th in the AFC.

    P-PAT McAFEEPunted 76 times for 3,499 yards (46.0 avg., 38.5 net) in 2013 and set a franchise single-season record with 27 punts pinned inside the 20-yardline, breaking his previous record of 26 in 2012. Set a single-game franchise record with six punts pinned inside the 20 in Week 7 againstDenver. Handled 86 kickoffs during the season, resulting in 41 touchbacks. In two postseason games, totaled six punts for 310 yards (51.7 avg.,44.7 net). Holds Colts career records in kickoffs (387), kickoff touchbacks (164), punting gross average (45.6) and punting net average (38.4).Ranks fourth in franchise history in career punts (366) and punting yards (16,685) and third in punts inside the 20 (116).

    K-ADAM VINATIERIRecorded the second-highest single-season point total (139) of his 18-year career and the third-highest mark in Colts history in 2013. For theseason, converted a career-high 35-of-40 field goal attempts and 34-of-34 PATs. His 35 made field goals ranked third in franchise history andtied for 12th in NFL history. Tied a career-high with four 50-yard field goals made. Became the seventh player in NFL history to score 2,000career points and the second to post 800 points with two different teams in 2013. Tied Jason Elam for the most 100-point seasons (16) in NFLhistory and ranks fifth in points scored (2,006), sixth in PATs made (660) and seventh in field goals made (448). In the playoffs, passed Gary An-derson and David Akers for the most PATs made (60) in NFL postseason history. Became the first player in NFL history to score 200 career

    points in the postseason and ranks tied for second with 27 career games played in the playoffs. Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors ontwo occasions in 2013. Has converted 448-of-540 field goals and 660-of-670 PATs for 2,006 regular season points, including one two-point conversion, in274 games played. In 27 postseason contests, has hit 51-of-61 field goals and 60-of-60 PATs for 213 total points.

    COLTS OFFSEASON MOVES

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    COLTS 2014 NFL DRAFT PICKS

    TACKLE/GUARD JACK MEWHORT | OHIO STATESECOND ROUND (59TH OVERALL)Mewhort competed in 49 career games, making 39 con-secutive starts to close his collegiate career. He lined upat left tackle for a combined 26 starts as a junior andsenior while adding five starts at left guard and eight

    more at right guard his sophomore season. As a senior in 2013, Mewhort served as a team captain and waspart of a Buckeye offense that set school records for the most pointsscored (637), rushing yards (4,321) and total touchdowns (83). Hewas a consensus All-America selection and added second-team ac-colades from Walter Camp, The NFL Draft Report, The AssociatedPress, CBSSports.com, Sports Illustrated and the Football WritersAssociation in addition to being a first-team choice by ESPN. Me-whort was named a First Team All-Big Ten Conference choice andwas a candidate for the Outland Trophy.

    W IDE RECEIVER DONTE MONCRIEF | MISSISSIPPITHIRD ROUND (90TH OVERALL)Moncrief started in 37-of-38 games and finished his OleMiss career ranked third in school history in receptions(156), receiving yards (2,371) and receiving touchdowns(20). He also ranked second in 100-yard games withnine.

    As a junior in 2013, Moncrief earned All-America honorable mentionand All-SEC second-team accolades from The NFL Draft Reportafter starting all 13 contests and totaling 59 receptions for 938 yards(15.9 avg.) and six touchdowns. He ranked second on the team inreceptions, while his receiving yardage ranked as the fourth-bestsingle-season total in school history. In 2012, Moncrief led the teamwith a career-high 66 receptions, which ranked sixth in the confer-ence, along with placing fourth in the school season record book.His 979 receiving yards marked the second-best total in a singleseason by a Rebel.

    DEFENSIVE END JONATHAN NEWSOME | BALL STATEFIFTH ROUND (166TH OVERALL)In two seasons at Ball State, Newsome competed in 23games and totaled 116 tackles, 16.5 sacks, 24.0 tacklesfor loss, one interception, two forced fumbles and threepasses defensed. He spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons

    at Ohio State and participated in 18 games, playing primarily onspecial teams.

    As a senior in 2013, Newsome was an All-Mid-American Confer-ence first-team choice, a three-time MAC West Division DefensivePlayer of the Week and was named to the Rotary Lombardi Awardand Ted Hendricks Award Preseason Watch Lists. For the year, hestarted all 12 games and totaled 64 tackles, 8.0 sacks, 11.5 tacklesfor loss, one interception, two forced fumbles and two passes de-fensed. In 2012, Newsome earned All-MAC Conference second-team accolades after starting 10-of-11 games, including the Beef‘O’ Brady’s Bowl, and finishing with 52 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 12.5 tack-les for loss and one pass defensed.

    INSIDE LINEBACKER ANDREW JACKSON | WESTERNKENTUCKYSIXTH ROUND (203RD OVERALL)Jackson appeared in 37 career games (33 starts) atWKU and recorded 326 tackles (174 solo), 6.5 sacks,43.0 tackles for loss, one interception, five forced fum-

    bles, one fumble recovery and four passes defensed. He becamethe 10th player in school history to record at least 300 career tacklesand his total ranked 14th among active NCAA FBS players.Jackson competed in the 2014 East-West Shrine Game and earnedAll-Sun Belt Conference first-team honors in two consecutive sea-sons (2011 and 2012). In 2012, he tallied 122 total tackles, whichranks first for a WKU player during the school’s Football Bowl Sub-division era (since 2009). As a senior in 2013, Jackson earned All-Sun Belt Conference second-team accolades after competing in 11games (nine starts) and finishing the season ranked second on theteam with 95 tackles, in addition to 1.0 sack, 8.5 tackles for loss andtwo passes defensed.

    TACKLE ULRICK JOHN | GEORGIA STATESEVENTH ROUND (232ND OVERALL)John competed in 36 collegiate contests (25 starts) andwas the school’s top lineman over the last two seasons(2012-13). He was a two-year starter at left tackle, butalso logged starts at center and guard earlier in his ca-

    reer with the Panthers.As a senior in 2013, John started 11 games at left tackle and wasnamed an All-Sun Belt Conference honorable mention selection. In2012, he started 10-of-11 games at left tackle and blocked for a Pan-thers offense that registered 110.5 rushing yards per game.

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    2013 COLTS MILESTONES

    COLTS• Finished the regular season with an 11-5 record for the secondstraight season.• Notched their 13th 10-win season in the past 15 years, which isthe most of any NFL team since 1999.• Clinched their eighth AFC South title since 2002, which is the sec-ond-most division titles in the NFL during that span.• Posted a 6-0 record against the AFC South for the third time infranchise history and the first since 2009.• Became the first team to finish a season with the least amount ofturnovers and penalties since the 2002 Kansas City Chiefs.• Set franchise records for fewest turnovers (14) and fumbles lost(four) in a season.• Tallied the the second-largest comeback in NFL postseason his-tory after overcoming a 28-point deficit in the AFC Wild Card gamevs. Kansas City (1/4/14).HEAD COACH CHUCK PAGANO• Became the first head coach in Colts history and the eighth in NFLhistory to lead the team to 11 wins in each of his first two seasons.• Has coached 32 games without losing consecutive contests, whichis the second-longest streak for a Colts head coach and the longestto start a career in franchise history.S-SERGIO BROWN• Totaled a career-high two fumble recoveries on special teams.CB-DARIUS BUTLER• Led the team with four interceptions for the second consecutiveseason.T-ANTHONY CASTONZO• Started all 16 games for the second consecutive year.T-GOSDER CHERILUS• Started all 16 games for the second consecutive year.CB-VONTAE DAVIS• Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and posted acareer-high 13 passes defensed.TE-COBY FLEENER• Registered career highs in receptions (52), receiving yards (608)and touchdowns (four).• Posted his first career 100-yard receiving game in Week 10 at Ten-nessee (11/14) when he caught eight passes for 107 yards.ILB-JERRELL FREEMAN• Totaled career highs in sacks (5.5), passes defensed (six), forcedfumbles (six), fumble recoveries (two) and interceptions (two).• Tied for third in the NFL with six forced fumbles.• Notched a career-high 2.0 sacks in Week 2 vs. Miami (9/15).• Set a record for the most career forced fumbles by an undraftedColts player since 1994.• Moved into third place on the Colts all-time career sacks list byundrafted players.FB-STANLEY HAVILI• Recorded the first two receiving touchdowns of his career.

    WR-T.Y. HILTON• Led the team and set career highs with 82 receptions for 1,083yards. Also scored five touchdowns.• Set career highs with 11 receptions for 155 receiving yards inWeek 17 vs. Jacksonville (12/29).• Tied a franchise record and set a career-high with three receivingtouchdowns in Week 9 at Houston (11/3).• Became the sixth player in NFL history to register 10 100-yard re-ceiving games in the first two seasons of a career.• Posted the most receiving yards (1,944) and 100-yard receivinggames (10) by a Colts player in the first two seasons of a career,while posting the second-most receptions (132).• Recorded the most receiving yards (327) in a single postseasonin Colts history.• Tied for the second-most receiving touchdowns (two) in a singlepostseason in Colts history.• Tied for the fifth-most receptions (17) in a single postseason inColts history.• Became the second player in Colts history to record two 100-yardreceiving games in a single postseason.• Led the team with 13 catches for 224 yards and two touchdownsin the AFC Wild Card game vs. Kansas City (1/4/14). His 13 catchesset a franchise record and tied for the second-most in a single gamein NFL postseason history. His 224 receiving yards set a Colts sin-gle-game postseason record and ranked as the third-most in NFLhistory. His two receiving touchdowns tied a franchise record.S-DELANO HOWELL• Started the first three games of his career and recorded careerhighs in tackles (24) and passes defensed (two).• Recovered a blocked field goal and returned it 61 yards for atouchdown in Week 5 vs. Seattle (10/6).DT-RICKY JEAN FRANCOIS• Set career highs in games started (10) and sacks (2.5).OLB-CAM JOHNSON• Set career highs in games played (12) and special teams tackles(six).QB-ANDREW LUCK• Led the Colts to 22 wins in his first two seasons, which is tied forthe second-most to start a career since 1970.• Led the Colts on 11 fourth quarter/overtime game-winning drivesin his career, which is the most through a quarterback’s first twoseasons since 1970.• Threw for the most passing yards (8,196) in the first two seasonsof a quarterback’s career in NFL history.• Passed Earl Morrall (676) and Mike Pagel (1,154) for the seventh-most career passing attempts in Colts history.• Passed Earl Morrall (363) and Mike Pagel (587) for the seventh-most career completions in Colts history.• Passed Earl Morrall (5,666) and Mike Pagel (7,474) for the sev-enth-most passing yards in Colts history.• Passed Mike Pagel (39), Jack Trudeau (41) and Jeff George (41)for the sixth-most passing touchdowns in Colts history.• Passed Jeff George (seven) and Bert Jones (eight) for the third-most career 300-yard passing games in Colts history.• Passed Geroge Shaw (five) and Marty Domres (six) for the fourth-most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in Colts history.• Passed George Shaw (391) and Marty Domres (454) for the sixth-most career rushing yards by a quarterback in Colts history.• Passed Marty Domres (88), Jack Trudeau (91), George Shaw (98)and Mike Pagel (124) for the fifth-most career rushing attempts bya quarterback in Colts history.• Totaled the second-most passing yards in a single game in fran-chise postseason history and the fifth-most in NFL postseason his-tory with 443 in the AFC Wild Card game vs. Kansas City (1/4/14).His four touchdown passes tied for the second-most in franchise

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    2013 COLTS MILESTONES

    postseason history. His 45 rushing yards were the second-most ina postseason game by a Colts quarterback. Became the first playerin NFL postseason history to record a passing touchdown and afumble recovery for a touchdown in the same game.OLB-ROBERT MATHIS• Led the NFL and set a franchise single-season record with 19.5sacks for the year.• Became the second player in Colts history to lead the NFL in sacks.• Set franchise records for career sacks (111.0), career games with asack (85), career multi-sack games (27) and single-season multi-sackgames (seven).• Recorded his fifth career 10.0-sack season.• Tied a career-high with 3.0 sacks in Week 4 at Jacksonville (9/29).• Set an NFL record for most career sack-forced fumbles (43).• Passed Henry Thomas (93.5), Steve McMichael (95.0), RobertPorcher (95.5), Warren Sapp (96.5), Dexter Manley (97.5), JacobGreen (97.5), Simon Fletcher (97.5), Joey Porter (98.0), Andre Tippett(100.0), Charles Haley (100.5), William Fuller (100.5), Jim Jeffcoat(102.5), Neil Smith (104.5), Kevin Carter (104.5), Trace Armstrong(106.0), Pat Swilling (107.5), Dwight Freeney (108.0) and GregTownsend (109.5) for the 20th-most career sacks in NFL history.• Tied John Abraham and Jason Taylor (48) for the most career forcedfumbles in NFL history.• Tied a career-high with eight forced fumbles.P-PAT McAFEE• Set a franchise single-season record with 27 punts pinned inside the20-yard line.• In Week 7 vs. Denver (10/20), set a franchise single-game recordwith six punts pinned inside the 20-yard line.DE-FILI MOALA• Played in all 16 games for the first time since 2010 and tied a ca-reer-high with 26 tackles.LS-MATT OVERTON• Played in all 16 games for the second consecutive season.DE-CORY REDDING• Set a career-high in passes defensed (five) and tied for the second-highest sack total of his career (4.5).G-JOE REITZ• Played in a career-high 14 games.RB-TRENT RICHARDSON• Became the first Colts player to score a touchdown on his first rush-ing attempt with the team since Gordon Brown on Oct. 4, 1987.WR-DA’RICK ROGERS• Set career highs with six receptions for 107 yards and two touch-downs in Week 14 at Cincinnati (12/8).OLB-ANDY STUDEBAKER• Set a career-high with 18 special teams tackles.K-ADAM VINATIERI• Recorded 139 points, the second-highest total of his career.• Set a career-high with 35 made field goals.• Became the seventh player in NFL history to score 2,000 careerpoints.• Became the second player in NFL history to record 800 points withtwo-or-more teams.• Tied Jason Elam for the most career 100-point seasons (16).• Passed John Kasay (1,970), Jason Elam (1,983), George Blanda(2,002) and Matt Stover (2,004) for the fifth-most points scored inNFL history.• Passed Jason Elam (436) for the seventh-most career field goals

    made in NFL history.• Passed John Carney (628), Norm Johnson (638) and Lou Groza(641) for the sixth-most career PATs made in NFL history.• Tied a career-high with four 50-yard field goals made.• Tied an NFL record with four field goals made from 40-49 yards ina single game in Week 13 vs. Tennessee (12/1).• Passed Gary Anderson (57) and David Akers (58) for the mostPATs made in NFL postseason history.• Became the first player in NFL history to score 200 career pointsin the postseason.• Played in his 27th career postseason game, which ranks tied forthe second-most in NFL history.OLB-ERIK WALDEN• Recorded a career-high-tying 3.0 sacks for the fourth consecutiveseason.• Tied a career-high with 15 games started.WR-REGGIE WAYNE• Passed Randy Moss (982) and Hines Ward (1,000) for the eighth-most career receptions in NFL history.• Passed Steve Largent (13,089), Andre Reed (13,198) and TorryHolt (13,382) for the 11th-most career receiving yards in NFL his-tory.• Passed Charley Taylor and Harold Carmichael (79) for the 23rd-most career receiving touchdowns in NFL history.

    ILB-JERRELL FREEMAN• USA Today All-Joe Team• AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 16QB-ANDREW LUCK• Pro Bowl• AFC Offensive Player of the Week - Week 7OLB-ROBERT MATHIS• Pro Bowl• Deacon Jones Award• Associated Press First Team NFL All-Pro• PFWA All-NFL and All-AFC Teams• NFL 101 AFC Defensive Player of the Year• AFC Defensive Player of the Month - October• AFC Defensive Player of the Month - DecemberLS-MATT OVERTON• Pro BowlDE-CORY REDDING• Ed Block Courage AwardK-ADAM VINATIERI• AFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 11• AFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 17

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    2013 HONORS

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    2013 COLTS NOTES

    In the Colts’ 45-44 comeback win over the Kansas City Chiefs inthe AFC Wild Card Game (1/4/14), quarterback Andrew Luck com-pleted 29-of-45 passes for 443 yards, four touchdowns and threeinterceptions for a 98.7 passer rating.• Luck’s 443 passing yards marked the fifth-highest total in an NFLpostseason game and the second-most in franchise history (PeytonManning, 458 yards vs. Denver on Jan. 9, 2005). • His four touchdown passes tied for the 11th-most in an NFL post-season contest and tied for the second-most in franchise history. Italso marked the third time in team history that a quarterback threwfor four-or-more touchdowns in a postseason game.• With 45 passing attempts, Luck passed Earl Morrall (79) for thefourth-most passing attempts in Colts postseason history.• With 29 completions, Luck passed Earl Morrall (37) for the fourth-most completions in Colts postseason history.• With 443 yards, Luck passed Earl Morrall (667) for the fourth-mostpassing yards in franchise postseason history.• With four touchdowns, Luck passed Earl Morrall and Jack Trudeau(two) for the fourth-most touchdown passes in Colts postseasonhistory.• Luck’s 45 rushing yards were the second-most in a playoff gameby a Colts quarterback (48, Jim Harbaugh on Jan. 7, 1996).• Luck became the first player in NFL history to record a passingtouchdown and a fumble recovery for a touchdown in the samegame in postseason history.• Including playoffs, Luck has won seven career games after trailingby double-digits, the most such wins in the NFL since the start ofthe 2012 season.

    In the Colts’ 45-44 comeback win over the Kansas City Chiefs inthe AFC Wild Card Game (1/4/14), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton led theteam in receiving and added his first career postseason 100- and200-yard receiving performance with 13 catches for 224 yards andtwo touchdowns. • Hilton’s 13 catches tied for the second-most in NFL postseasonhistory in a single game and set a franchise postseason record.• His 224 receiving yards ranked as the third-most for a single gamein NFL postseason history and set a team postseason record. It wasalso the second 200-yard receiving game in Colts postseason his-tory.• Hilton’s two receiving touchdowns tied a franchise record andmarked the fourth time in team postseason history that a receivercaught two touchdowns.MOST RECEPTIONS IN A SINGLE GAME,

    NFL POSTSEASON HISTORYPlayer Team Opp. Date ReceptionsDarren Sproles NO SF 1/14/12 15T.Y. Hilton IND KC 1/4/14 13Chad Morton NO MIN 1/6/01 13Shannon Sharpe DEN LAA 1/9/94 13Thurman Thomas BUF CLE 1/6/90 13Kellen Winslow SD MIA 1/2/82 13

    MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN A SINGLE GAME,NFL POSTSEASON HISTORY

    Player Team Opp. Date Rec. YardsEric Moulds BUF MIA 1/2/99 240Anthony Carter MIN SF 1/9/88 227T.Y. Hilton IND KC 1/4/14 224Reggie Wayne IND DEN 1/9/05 221Steve Smith CAR CHI 1/15/06 218

    MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SINGLE GAME,COLTS POSTSEASON HISTORY

    Player Team Opp. Date Rec. TDsT.Y. Hilton IND KC 1/4/14 2LaVon Brazill IND NE 1/11/14 2Marvin Harrison IND DEN 1/4/04 2Brandon Stokley IND DEN 1/4/04 2Reggie Wayne IND DEN 1/9/05 2

    Head Coach Chuck Pagano led the Colts to 11 victories this seasonfor the second consecutive year. He became the first head coach inteam history and the eighth in NFL history to start his career withback-to-back 11-win seasons.HEAD COACHES TO WIN 11-PLUS GAMES IN EACH OF

    FIRST TWO SEASONS WITH A TEAMHead Coach Team SeasonsChuck Pagano Colts 2012-13Jim Harbaugh 49ers 2011-12Dave Wannstedt Dolphins 2000-01Steve Mariucci 49ers 1997-98Barry Switzer Cowboys 1994-95George Seifert 49ers 1989-90Roy Andrews Giants 1929-30Guy Chamberlin Yellow Jackets 1925-26

    Since the AFC South was formed prior to the 2002 regular season,the Colts have won eight division titles. Over that time span, only NewEngland (10) has won more division titles. Only seven teams havewon their division five-or-more times since 2002:MOST DIVISION TITLES SINCE 2002

    Team Division TitlesNew England AFC East 10Indianapolis AFC South 8Green Bay NFC North 7Philadelphia NFC East 6Seattle NFC West 6San Diego AFC West 5Pittsburgh AFC North 5

    The Colts trailed by 28 points (38-10) with 12 minutes remaining inthe third quarter of their AFC Wild Card Game against Kansas City(1/4/14). With the win, Indianapolis tallied the second-largest come-back in NFL postseason history (Buffalo Bills 32-point comebackagainst the Houston Oilers on Jan. 3, 1993). It also marked the firsttime in NFL history (regular season or postseason) that a team hadwon a game in regulation (no overtime) after trailing by as many as28 points.

    The Colts have played 31 games without consecutive losses, whichis the fifth-longest streak in franchise history. Under Head CoachChuck Pagano (2012-13), the Colts have gone 32 games withoutlosing two in a row, which is tied for the second-longest streak for aColts head coach. Pagano holds the longest such streak in fran-chise history to start a career, surpassing Don McCafferty whobegan his tenure with the Colts by recording 28 straight games with-out consecutive losses from Sept. 20, 1970 to Dec. 19, 1971.MOST GAMES PLAYED WITHOUT CONSECUTIVE LOSSES,

    COLTS HISTORYGames Start End Coach(es)40 10/05/69 12/19/71 D. Shula/D. McCafferty34 10/26/75 11/27/77 Ted Marchibroda32 11/10/63 12/05/65 Don Shula32 12/04/66 09/21/69 Don Shula31 09/16/12 Present Chuck Pagano30 11/10/02 10/24/04 Tony Dungy

    COLTS COACHES MOST GAMES PLAYED WITHOUT CONSECUTIVE LOSSES

    Games Coach (*Start of Career) Start End34 Ted Marchibroda 10/26/75 11/27/7732 Chuck Pagano* 09/09/12 Present32 Don Shula 11/10/63 12/05/6532 Don Shula 12/04/66 09/21/6930 Tony Dungy 11/10/02 10/24/0428 Don McCafferty* 09/20/70 12/19/71

    LUCK’S CAREER DAY

    HILTON’S RECORD PERFORMANCE

    COMEBACK FOR THE AGES

    DIVISIONAL DOMINANCE

    11-WIN SEASONS

    QUICK TURNAROUND

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    2013 COLTS NOTES

    The Colts recorded the fewest turnovers and penalties in the NFLthis season and became the first team to finish a season ranked firstin both categories since the 2002 Kansas City Chiefs. They are onlythe second team in the past 26 seasons to accomplish the feat.The Colts also set new franchise lows for a single season with 14turnovers and four fumbles lost. The previous record for turnovers ina season was 17, set in 2004 and 2008.

    FEWEST TURNOVERS IN A SEASON, COLTS HISTORYYear Turnovers2013 142004 172008 171975 18

    FEWEST FUMBLES LOST IN A SEASON, COLTS HISTORYYear Turnovers2013 42008 52009 51998 52007 5

    FEWEST TURNOVERS, 2013 SEASONTeam Turnovers Turnover DifferentialCOLTS 14 +13Kansas City 18 +18San Francisco 18 +12

    FEWEST PENALTIES, 2013 SEASONTeam Penalties Penalty YardsCOLTS 66 576New England 69 625Miami 70 598Minnesota 70 695

    Under Head Coach Chuck Pagano (2012-13), the Colts haverecorded a 10-0 record in regular season games immediately fol-lowing a loss. In 2012, Indianapolis was one of only four teams(ATL, GB, SF) to not lose consecutive games all season long.COLTS GAMES FOLLOWING A LOSS, SINCE 2012

    Game 1 Result Game 2 Result2012 (5-0)Week 1 at CHI L, 41-21 Week 2 vs. MIN W, 23-20Week 3 vs. JAX L, 22-17 Week 5 vs. GB W, 30-27Week 6 at NYJ L, 35-9 Week 7 vs. CLE W, 17-13Week 11 at NE L, 59-24 Week 12 vs. BUF W, 20-13Week 15 at HOU L, 29-17 Week 16 at KC W, 20-132013 (5-0)Week 2 vs. MIA L, 24-20 Week 3 at SF W, 27-7Week 6 at SD L, 19-9 Week 7 vs. DEN W, 39-33Week 10 vs. STL L, 38-8 Week 11 at TEN W, 30-27Week 12 at ARZ L, 40-11 Week 13 vs. TEN W, 22-14Week 14 at CIN L, 42-28 Week 15 vs. HOU W, 25-3

    With a 23-7 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 16, the Coltsnotched their 13th 10-or-more win season in the past 15 years,which is the most of any NFL team since 1999. The Colts haveposted a 162-78 (.675) record since 1999, which ranks second be-hind the Patriots. OVERALL TEAM RECORDS, SINCE 1999

    Team W-L-T Pct. 10-win SeasonsPatriots 171-69 .713 12COLTS 162-78 .675 12Steelers 149-90-1 .623 8Packers 147-92-1 .615 9Ravens 142-98 .592 8

    The Colts have closed out games strong under Head Coach ChuckPagano (2012-13), posting a league-leading 15-2 (.882) record ingames decided by one possession-or-less. This year, the teamholds a 6-1 record, having won five straight one-possession games.The Colts won nine consecutive one-possession games from Week5 of the 2012 campaign to Week 1 of this season.BEST WIN PCT. IN ONE-POSSESSION GAMES, SINCE 2012

    Team Record Winning Pct.COLTS 15-2 .882N.Y. Jets 8-4 .667San Francisco 7-3-1 .682Minnesota 9-5-1 .633Cincinnati 10-7 .588

    COLTS ONE-POSSESSION GAMES, 2013 (6-1)Game Margin ResultWeek 1 vs. OAK 4 W, 21-17Week 2 vs. MIA 4 L, 24-20Week 5 vs. SEA 6 W, 34-28Week 7 vs. DEN 6 W, 39-33Week 9 at HOU 3 W, 27-24Week 11 at TEN 3 W, 30-27Week 13 vs. TEN 8 W, 22-14

    The Colts had 73 players take at least one snap in a game in 2013,which led the NFL. Over the past two seasons (2012-13), the Coltsrank second in the league with 141 players who have played a reg-ular season game for the team.MOST PLAYERS TO PLAY IN A GAME IN 2013

    Team PlayersIndianapolis 73Houston 69Jacksonville 68Dallas 68Green Bay 65

    MOST PLAYERS TO PLAY IN A GAME IN 2012 AND 2013 COMBINED

    Team 2012 2013 TotalJacksonville 75 68 143Indianapolis 68 73 141Dallas 65 68 133Detroit 68 64 132

    Cornerback Darius Butler leads the team with four interceptions thisyear. Since 2012, he has recorded eight picks, which ranks tied forfifth in the NFL during that span.MOST INTERCEPTIONS, SINCE 2012

    Player Team Interceptions1. Richard Sherman Seattle 162. Tim Jennings Chicago 133. Patrick Peterson Arizona 104. Jairus Byrd Buffalo 95t. Darius Butler Indianapolis 85t. Four others 8

    DOUBLE-DIGIT VICTORIES

    NO FRIENDLY FIRE

    BOUNCING BACK

    INTERCEPTION LEADERS

    ALL HANDS ON DECK

    WINNING THE CLOSE ONES

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    Underlined = Rookie in 2014

    WR 87 Reggie Wayne 14 Hakeem Nicks 16 Da'Rick Rogers

    11 Josh Lenz 81 Eric Thomas 3 Nu'Keese Richardson

    LT 74 Anthony Castonzo 76 Joe Reitz 68 Ulrick John

    LG 75 Jack Mewhort 64 Marcus Hall

    C 62 Khaled Holmes 72 Jonotthan Harrison 67 FN Lutz

    65 Thomas Austin

    RG 69 Hugh Thornton 60 Lance Louis 79 Josh Walker

    RT 78 Gosder Cherilus 71 Xavier Nixon 73 Matt Hall

    TE 83 Dwayne Allen 80 Coby Fleener 84 Jack Doyle

    47 Weslye Saunders 86 Erik Swoope

    WR 13 T.Y. Hilton 10 Donte Moncrief 17 Griff Whalen

    7 Tony Washington 85 Ryan Lankford

    QB 12 Andrew Luck 8 Matt Hasselbeck 5 Chandler Harnish

    FB 49 Mario Harvey 43 Cameron White 39 Stanley Havili

    RB 34 Trent Richardson 44 Ahmad Bradshaw 36 Daniel Herron

    37 Zurlon Tipton 25 Phillip Tanner 46 Deji Karim

    DE 90 Cory Redding 99 Ricky Jean Francois 63 Tyler Hoover

    79 Gannon Conway

    NT 96 Josh Chapman 94 Montori Hughes 68 Brandon McKinney

    DT 97 Arthur Jones 64 Zach Kerr 67 Nnamdi Obukwelu

    SLB 93 Erik Walden 91 Jonathan Newsome 58 Andy Studebaker

    95 Phillip Hunt

    Mike 52 D'Qwell Jackson 55 Kelvin Sheppard 54 Andrew Jackson

    43 Shawn Loiseau

    Will 50 Jerrell Freeman 57 Josh McNary 51 Henoc Muamba

    53 Jonathon Sharpe

    Rush 98 Robert Mathis 92 Bjoern Werner 59 Cam Johnson

    LCB 28 Greg Toler 27 Josh Gordy 40 Sheldon Price

    25 Johnny Adams 6 Loucheiz Purifoy

    SS 26 Delano Howell 29 Mike Adams 32 Colt Anderson

    31 Dewey McDonald

    FS 30 LaRon Landry 38 Sergio Brown 35 David Sims

    RCB 21 Vontae Davis 20 Darius Butler 42 Marcus Burley

    46 Qua Cox 23 Kameron Jackson

    P 1 Pat McAfee

    PK 4 Adam Vinatieri 2 Cody Parkey

    H 1 Pat McAfee 17 Griff Whalen

    LS 45 Matt Overton

    KR 36 Daniel Herron 46 Deji Karim 10 Donte Moncrief

    PR 6 Loucheiz Purifoy 17 Griff Whalen

    Colts Pronunciations

    RT - Gosder Cherilus (GOZ-der) (SHARE-uh-luss) LB - Henoc Muamba (E-nock) (Moo-wom-ba)

    CB - Qua Cox (KWAY) T - Xavier Nixon (Zay-vier)

    FB - Stanley Havili (huh-VEE-lee) DE - Nnamdi Obukwelu (Naam-dee) (OH-buck-WAY-lou)

    C - Khaled Holmes (CALL-id) CB - Loucheiz Purifoy (lou-CHEZ) (PURE-uh-foy)

    S - Delano Howell (Da-lah-no) LG - Joe Reitz (RIGHTS)

    DT - Ricky Jean Francois (Zhon) (fran-SWAH) WR - Nu'Keese Richardson (New-Kees)

    RB - Deji Karim (DAY-jhee) (kuh-REEM) TE - Erik Swoope (SWOPE)

    ILB - Shawn Loiseau (low-EE-zo) K - Adam Vinatieri (vin-uh-TARE-ee)

    T/G - Jack Mewhort (MYOU-hort) SLB - Bjoern Werner (bee-YORN VERN-er)

    WR - Donte Moncrief (MON-creef)

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    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    5 Chandler Harnish QB 6-2 222 1 Northern Illinois 63D Tyler Hoover DE 6-7 297 R Michigan State

    8 Matt Hasselbeck QB 6-4 235 16 Boston College 64D Zach Kerr NT 6-2 335 R Delaware

    12 Andrew Luck QB 6-4 240 3 Stanford 67D Nnamdi Obukwelu DE 6-3 303 R Harvard

    68D Brandon McKinney NT 6-2 345 8 Michigan State

    ���������������� 79D Gannon Conway DE 6-4 280 R Arizona State

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 90 Cory Redding DE 6-4 318 12 Texas

    25O Phillip Tanner RB 5-10 208 4 Middle Tennessee St. 91 Jonathan Newsome DE 6-3 251 R Ball State

    33 Vick Ballard RB 5-10 226 3 Mississippi State 94 Montori Hughes DT 6-4 350 2 Tennessee-Martin

    34 Trent Richardson RB 5-9 225 3 Alabama 96 Josh Chapman NT 6-0 340 3 Alabama

    36 Daniel Herron RB 5-10 212 2 Ohio State 97 Arthur Jones DE 6-3 337 5 Syracuse

    37 Zurlon Tipton RB 6-0 231 R Central Michigan 99 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 297 6 LSU

    39 Stanley Havili FB 6-0 243 3 USC

    43O Cameron White FB 6-2 252 R Hillsdale College ��������������

    44 Ahmad Bradshaw RB 5-10 217 8 Marshall No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    46O Deji Karim RB 5-8 209 5 Southern Illinois 95 Phillip Hunt OLB 6-1 254 3 Houston

    49 Mario Harvey FB 6-0 264 3 Marshall 43D Shawn Loiseau ILB 6-0 239 1 Merrimack

    50 Jerrell Freeman ILB 6-0 240 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor

    ������������������ 51 Henoc Muamba LB 6-0 242 R St. Francis Xavier

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 52 D'Qwell Jackson ILB 6-0 240 9 Maryland

    3 Nu'Keese Richardson WR 5-10 160 R Pikeville 53 Jonathon Sharpe LB 6-0 235 1 North Greenville

    7 Tony Washington WR 5-11 198 R Appalachian State 54 Andrew Jackson ILB 6-1 254 R Western Kentucky

    10 Donte Moncrief WR 6-2 221 R Mississippi 55 Kelvin Sheppard ILB 6-2 252 4 LSU

    11 Josh Lenz WR 6-0 194 1 Iowa State 57 Josh McNary ILB 6-0 251 1 Army

    13 T.Y. Hilton WR 5-9 178 3 Florida International 58 Andy Studebaker OLB 6-3 255 7 Wheaton

    14 Hakeem Nicks WR 6-1 208 6 North Carolina 59 Cam Johnson OLB 6-3 260 2 Virginia

    16 Da'Rick Rogers WR 6-3 215 2 Tennessee Tech 92 Bjoern Werner OLB 6-3 257 2 Florida State

    17 Griff Whalen WR 5-11 190 3 Stanford 93 Erik Walden OLB 6-2 250 7 Middle Tennessee St.

    81 Eric Thomas WR 6-1 225 R Troy 98 Robert Mathis OLB 6-2 245 12 Alabama A&M

    85 Ryan Lankford WR 5-11 163 R Illinois

    87 Reggie Wayne WR 6-0 203 14 Miami (FL) �����������������

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    ������������� 6 Loucheiz Purifoy CB 6-1 188 R Florida

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 20 Darius Butler CB 5-10 188 6 Connecticut

    47 Weslye Saunders TE 6-5 261 4 South Carolina 21 Vontae Davis CB 5-11 207 6 Illinois

    80 Coby Fleener TE 6-6 251 3 Stanford 23D Kameron Jackson CB 5-9 175 R California

    83 Dwayne Allen TE 6-3 265 3 Clemson 25D Johnny Adams CB 5-11 177 1 Michigan State

    84 Jack Doyle TE 6-6 267 2 Western Kentucky 26 Delano Howell S 5-11 197 3 Stanford

    86 Erik Swoope TE 6-5 246 R Miami (FL) 27 Josh Gordy CB 5-11 195 4 Central Michigan

    28 Greg Toler CB 6-0 190 6 St. Paul's

    ������������������ 29 Mike Adams S 5-11 200 11 Delaware

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 30 LaRon Landry S 6-0 226 8 LSU

    60 Lance Louis G 6-3 330 5 San Diego State 31 Dewey McDonald S 6-0 220 R California (PA)

    62 Khaled Holmes C/G 6-3 309 2 USC 32 Colt Anderson S 5-10 194 5 Montana

    65 Thomas Austin C 6-4 310 3 Clemson 35 David Sims S 5-10 207 2 Iowa State

    67O FN Lutz C 6-3 290 R Indiana State 38 Sergio Brown S 6-2 218 5 Notre Dame

    64O Marcus Hall G 6-5 315 R Ohio State 40 Sheldon Price CB 6-2 198 1 UCLA

    68O Ulrick John T 6-5 300 R Georgia State 42 Marcus Burley CB 5-10 189 1 Delaware

    69 Hugh Thornton G 6-3 336 2 Illinois 46D Qua Cox CB 6-0 185 R Jackson State

    71 Xavier Nixon T 6-6 330 2 Florida

    72 Jonotthan Harrison C 6-4 308 R Florida ������������

    73 Matt Hall T 6-9 326 R Belhaven No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    74 Anthony Castonzo T 6-7 311 4 Boston College 1 Pat McAfee P 6-1 240 6 West Virginia

    75 Jack Mewhort T/G 6-6 308 R Ohio State 2 Cody Parkey K 6-0 193 R Auburn

    76 Joe Reitz G 6-7 325 4 Western Michigan 4 Adam Vinatieri K 6-0 209 19 South Dakota State

    78 Gosder Cherilus T 6-7 316 7 Boston College 45 Matt Overton LS 6-1 241 3 Western Washington

    79O Josh Walker G 6-5 328 R Middle Tennessee St.

    COLTS PLAYERS BY POSITION

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    YEAR DRAFTEES FREE AGENTS TRADES/WAIVERS

    2001 Reggie Wayne (1)

    2003 Robert Mathis (5)

    2006 Adam Vinatieri (UFA-NE)

    2009 Fili Moala (2)*

    Pat McAfee (7)

    2010 Joe Reitz

    2011 Anthony Castonzo (1)

    2012 Andrew Luck (1) Darius Butler Sergio Brown (W-NE)

    Coby Fleener (2) Jerrell Freeman Vontae Davis (T-MIA)

    Dwayne Allen (3) Mario Harvey Josh Gordy (T-STL)

    T.Y. Hilton (3) Delano Howell

    Josh Chapman (5) Matt Overton

    Vick Ballard (5) Cory Redding (UFA-BAL)

    Chandler Harnish (7) Weslye Saunders

    2013 Bjoern Werner (1) Ahmad Bradshaw Jack Doyle (W-TEN)

    Hugh Thornton (3) Gosder Cherilus (UFA-DET) Stanley Havili (T-PHI)

    Khaled Holmes (4) Matt Hasselbeck Cam Johnson (T-SF)

    Montori Hughes (5) Daniel Herron Kelvin Sheppard (T-BUF)

    Ricky Jean Francois (UFA-SF) Trent Richardson (T-CLE)

    LaRon Landry (UFA-NYJ)

    Josh Lenz

    Josh McNary

    Xavier Nixon

    Sheldon Price

    Da'Rick Rogers

    Andy Studebaker

    Donald Thomas (UFA-NE)*

    Greg Toler (UFA-ARI)

    Erik Walden (UFA-GB)

    Griff Whalen

    2014 Jack Mewhort (2) Johnny Adams

    Donte Moncrief (3) Mike Adams

    Jonathan Newsome (5) Daniel Adongo*

    Andrew Jackson (6) Colt Anderson (UFA-PHI)

    Ulrick John (7) Thomas Austin

    Marcus Burley

    Gannon Conway

    Qua Cox

    Marcus Hall

    Matt Hall

    Jonotthan Harrison

    Tyler Hoover

    Phillip Hunt

    D'Qwell Jackson

    Kameron Jackson

    Arthur Jones (UFA-BAL)

    Deji Karim

    Zach Kerr

    Ryan Lankford

    Shawn Loiseau

    Lance Louis

    FN Lutz

    Dewey McDonald

    Brandon McKinney

    Aaron Morgan*

    Henoc Muamba

    Hakeem Nicks (UFA-NYG)

    Nnamdi Obukwelu

    Cody Parkey

    Jeris Pendleton*

    Loucheiz Purifoy

    Nu'Keese Richardson

    Jonathon Sharpe

    David Sims

    Erik Swoope

    Phillip Tanner

    Eric Thomas

    Zurlon Tipton

    Josh Walker

    Tony Washington

    Cameron White

    ^practice squad, *injured reserve

    HOW THE COLTS WERE BUILT

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    NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ. GP/GS/DNP/IA

    25D Adams, Johnny CB 5-11 177 6/9/1989 25 1 Michigan State Akron, OH FA-1429 Adams, Mike S 5-11 200 3/24/1981 33 11 Delaware Paterson, N.J. FA-1483 Allen, Dwayne TE 6-3 265 2/24/1990 24 3 Clemson Fayettville, NC D3-1232 Anderson, Colt S 5-10 194 10/25/1985 28 5 Montana Butte, MT FA-1465 Austin, Thomas C 6-4 310 11/14/1986 27 3 Clemson Camden, SC FA-1433 Ballard, Vick RB 5-10 226 7/16/1990 24 3 Mississippi State Pascagoula, MS D5-1244 Bradshaw, Ahmad RB 5-10 217 3/19/1986 28 8 Marshall Bluefield, VA FA-1338 Brown, Sergio S 6-2 218 5/22/1988 26 5 Notre Dame Maywood, IL W-12 (NE)42 Burley, Marcus CB 5-10 189 7/16/1990 24 1 Delaware Richmond, VA FA-1420 Butler, Darius CB 5-10 188 3/18/1986 28 6 Connecticut Tamarac, FL FA-1274 Castonzo, Anthony T 6-7 311 8/9/1988 26 4 Boston College Hawthorn Woods, IL D1-1196 Chapman, Josh NT 6-0 340 6/10/1990 24 3 Alabama Hoover, AL D5-1278 Cherilus, Gosder T 6-7 316 6/28/1984 30 7 Boston College Somerville, MA UFA-13 (DET)79D Conway, Gannon DE 6-4 280 6/4/1989 25 R Arizona State Higley, AZ FA-1446D Cox, Qua CB 6-0 185 4/28/1991 23 R Jackson State Tuskegee, AL FA-1421 Davis, Vontae CB 5-11 207 5/27/1988 26 6 Illinois Washington, DC T-12 (MIA)84 Doyle, Jack TE 6-6 267 5/5/1990 24 2 Western Kentucky Indianapolis, IN W-13 (TEN)80 Fleener, Coby TE 6-6 251 9/20/1988 25 3 Stanford Lemont, IL D2-1250 Freeman, Jerrell ILB 6-0 240 5/1/1986 28 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor Waco, TX FA-1227 Gordy, Josh CB 5-11 195 2/9/1987 27 4 Central Michigan Warthen, GA T-12 (STL)64O Hall, Marcus G 6-5 315 3/9/1990 24 R Ohio State Cleveland, OH FA-1473 Hall, Matt T 6-9 326 4/24/1990 24 R Belhaven Russellville, AR FA-145 Harnish, Chandler QB 6-2 222 7/28/1988 26 1 Northern Illinois Bluffton, IN D7-1272 Harrison, Jonotthan C 6-4 308 8/25/1991 22 R Florida Groveland, FL FA-1449 Harvey, Mario FB 6-0 264 8/10/1987 27 3 Marshall Forsyth, GA FA-128 Hasselbeck, Matt QB 6-4 235 9/25/1975 38 16 Boston College Norfolk, MA FA-1336 Herron, Daniel RB 5-10 212 3/21/1989 25 2 Ohio State Warren, OH FA-1313 Hilton, T.Y. WR 5-9 178 11/14/1989 24 3 Florida International Miami, FL D3-1262 Holmes, Khaled C/G 6-3 309 1/19/1990 24 2 USC Santa Ana, CA D4-1363D Hoover, Tyler DE 6-7 297 1/28/1990 24 R Michigan State Novi, MI FA-1426 Howell, Delano S 5-11 197 11/17/1989 24 3 Stanford Newhall, CA FA-1294 Hughes, Montori DT 6-4 350 8/25/1990 23 2 Tennessee-Martin Murfreesboro, TN D5-1395 Hunt, Phillip OLB 6-1 254 1/10/1986 28 3 Houston Fort Worth, TX FA-1454 Jackson, Andrew ILB 6-1 254 3/16/1992 22 R Western Kentucky Lakeland, FL D6-1452 Jackson, D'Qwell ILB 6-0 240 9/26/1983 30 9 Maryland Largo, FL FA-1423 Jackson, Kameron CB 5-9 175 10/31/1993 20 R California Long Beach, CA FA-1499 Jean Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 297 11/23/1986 27 6 LSU Miami, FL UFA-13 (SF)68O John, Ulrick T 6-5 300 5/20/1992 22 R Georgia State Hinesville, GA D7-1459 Johnson, Cam OLB 6-3 260 5/24/1990 24 2 Virginia Washington, DC T-13 (SF)97 Jones, Arthur DE 6-3 337 6/3/1986 28 5 Syracuse Rochester, NY UFA-14 (BAL)46O Karim, Deji RB 5-8 209 11/18/1986 27 5 Southern Illinois Oklahoma City, OK FA-1464D Kerr, Zach NT 6-2 335 8/29/1990 23 R Delaware Gaithersburg, MD FA-1430 Landry, LaRon S 6-0 226 10/14/1984 29 8 LSU Metairie, LA UFA-13 (NYJ)85 Lankford, Ryan WR 5-11 163 12/9/1991 22 R Illinois Jacksonville, FL FA-1411 Lenz, Josh WR 6-0 194 9/22/1990 23 1 Iowa State Dubuque, IA FA-1343D Loiseau, Shawn ILB 6-0 239 10/10/1989 24 1 Merrimack Shrewsbury, MA FA-1460 Louis, Lance G 6-3 330 4/24/1985 29 5 San Diego State New Orleans, LA FA-1412 Luck, Andrew QB 6-4 240 9/12/1989 24 3 Stanford Houston, TX D1-1267O Lutz, FN C 6-3 290 5/24/1991 23 R Indiana State West Lafayette, IN FA-1498 Mathis, Robert OLB 6-2 245 2/26/1981 33 12 Alabama A&M Atlanta, GA D5-031 McAfee, Pat P 6-1 240 5/2/1987 27 6 West Virginia Plum, PA D7-0931 McDonald, Dewey S 6-0 220 6/10/1990 24 R California (PA) Ranson, WV FA-1468D McKinney, Brandon NT 6-2 345 8/24/1983 31 8 Michigan State Dayton, OH FA-1457 McNary, Josh ILB 6-0 251 4/10/1988 26 1 Army Houston, TX FA-1375 Mewhort, Jack T/G 6-6 308 9/30/1991 22 R Ohio State Toledo, OH D2-1410 Moncrief, Donte WR 6-2 221 8/6/1993 21 R Mississippi Raleigh, MS D3-1451 Muamba, Henoc ILB 6-0 242 2/23/1989 25 R St. Francis Xavier Kinshasa, Dem. Rep. of the Congo FA-1491 Newsome, Jonathan DE 6-3 251 1/22/1991 23 R Ball State Cleveland, OH D5-1414 Nicks, Hakeem WR 6-1 208 1/14/1988 26 6 North Carolina Philadelphia, PA UFA-14 (NYG)71 Nixon, Xavier T 6-6 330 9/17/1990 23 2 Florida Fayetteville, NC FA-1367D Obukwelu, Nnamdi DE 6-3 303 4/13/1991 23 R Harvard Brockton, MA FA-1445 Overton, Matt LS 6-1 241 7/6/1985 29 3 Western Washington Tracy, CA FA-122 Parkey, Cody K 6-0 193 2/19/1992 22 R Auburn Jupiter, FL FA-1440 Price, Sheldon CB 6-2 198 3/26/1991 23 1 UCLA Chino Hills, CA FA-136 Purifoy, Loucheiz CB 6-1 188 12/16/1992 21 R Florida Pensacola, FL FA-1490 Redding, Cory DE 6-4 318 11/15/1980 33 12 Texas Houston, TX UFA-12 (BAL)76 Reitz, Joe G 6-7 325 8/24/1985 29 4 Western Michigan Fishers, IN FA-103 Richardson, Nu'Keese WR 5-10 160 12/17/1990 23 R Pikeville Pahokee, FL FA-1434 Richardson, Trent RB 5-9 225 7/10/1990 24 3 Alabama Pensacola, FL T-13 (CLE)16 Rogers, Da'Rick WR 6-3 215 6/18/1991 23 2 Tennessee Tech Atlanta, GA FA-1347 Saunders, Weslye TE 6-5 261 1/16/1989 25 4 South Carolina Durham, NC FA-1353 Sharpe, Jonathon LB 6-0 235 9/17/1989 24 1 North Greenville Conway, SC FA-1455 Sheppard, Kelvin ILB 6-2 252 1/2/1988 26 4 LSU Stone Mountain, GA T-13 (BUF)35 Sims, David S 5-10 207 10/20/1986 27 2 Iowa State Gainesville, FL FA-1458 Studebaker, Andy OLB 6-3 255 9/16/1985 28 7 Wheaton Congerville, IL FA-1386 Swoope, Erik TE 6-5 246 5/8/1992 22 R Miami (FL) Lake Elsinore, CA FA-1425O Tanner, Phillip RB 5-10 208 8/8/1988 26 4 Middle Tennessee St. Dallas, TX FA-1481 Thomas, Eric WR 6-1 225 11/11/1991 22 R Troy Shreveport, LA FA-1469 Thornton, Hugh G 6-3 336 6/28/1991 23 2 Illinois Oberlin, OH D3-1337 Tipton, Zurlon RB 6-0 231 4/27/1990 24 R Central Michigan Detroit, MI FA-1428 Toler, Greg CB 6-0 190 1/2/1985 29 6 St. Paul's Washington, DC UFA-13 (ARI)4 Vinatieri, Adam K 6-0 209 12/28/1972 41 19 South Dakota State Rapid City, SD UFA-06 (NE)93 Walden, Erik OLB 6-2 250 8/21/1985 29 7 Middle Tennessee St. Dublin, GA UFA-13 (GB)79O Walker, Josh G 6-5 328 6/2/1991 23 R Middle Tennessee St. Spring City, TN FA-147 Washington, Tony WR 5-11 198 10/18/1990 23 R Appalachian State High Point, NC FA-1487 Wayne, Reggie WR 6-0 203 11/17/1978 35 14 Miami (FL) New Orleans, LA D1-0192 Werner, Bjoern OLB 6-3 257 8/30/1990 23 2 Florida State Berlin, Germany D1-1317 Whalen, Griff WR 5-11 190 3/1/1990 24 3 Stanford Sylvania, OH FA-1243O White, Cameron FB 6-2 252 7/15/1990 24 R Hillsdale College Grand Rapids, MI FA-14

    39 Havili, Stanley FB 6-0 243 11/14/1987 26 3 USC Salt Lake City, UT T-13 (PHI)

    56 Adongo, Daniel OLB 6-5 270 10/12/1989 24 1 Pretoria (South Africa) Nairobi, Kenya FA-1395 Moala, Fili DE 6-4 308 6/23/1985 29 6 USC Buena Park, CA D2-0948 Morgan, Aaron OLB 6-4 250 12/30/1988 25 4 Louisiana-Monroe New Orleans, LA FA-1461 Pendleton, Jeris DT 6-2 323 11/7/1983 30 2 Ashland Chicago, IL FA-1366 Thomas, Donald G 6-4 303 9/25/1985 28 7 Connecticut West Haven, CT UFA-13 (NE)

    COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Chuck PaganoPep Hamilton (Offensive Coordinator), Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator), Tom McMahon (Special Teams Coordinator) Roy Anderson (Safeties Coach), Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant), Brant Boyer (Assistant Special Teams Coach), Clyde Christensen (Quarterbacks Coach), Rob Chudzinski (Special Assistant to the Head Coach), Gary Emanuel (Defensive Line Coach), Jeff FitzGerald (Linebackers Coach), Joe Gilbert (Offensive Line Coach), Mike Gillhamer (Secondary Coach), Frank Giufre (Offensive Quality Control Coach), Richard Howell (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Hal Hunter (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Roger Marandino (Strength & Conditioning), Alfredo Roberts (Tight Ends Coach), David Walker (Running Backs Coach), Brad White (Defensive Quality Control Coach),

    Charlie Williams (Wide Receivers Coach).

    RESERVE/INJURED

    ACTIVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM

    COLTS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

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    NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ. GP/GS/DNP/IA

    1 Pat McAfee P 6-1 240 5/2/1987 27 6 West Virginia Plum, PA D7-092 Cody Parkey K 6-0 193 2/19/1992 22 R Auburn Jupiter, FL FA-143 Nu'Keese Richardson WR 5-10 160 12/17/1990 23 R Pikeville Pahokee, FL FA-144 Adam Vinatieri K 6-0 209 12/28/1972 41 19 South Dakota State Rapid City, SD UFA-06 (NE)5 Chandler Harnish QB 6-2 222 7/28/1988 26 1 Northern Illinois Bluffton, IN D7-126 Loucheiz Purifoy CB 6-1 188 12/16/1992 21 R Florida Pensacola, FL FA-147 Tony Washington WR 5-11 198 10/18/1990 23 R Appalachian State High Point, NC FA-148 Matt Hasselbeck QB 6-4 235 9/25/1975 38 16 Boston College Norfolk, MA FA-1310 Donte Moncrief WR 6-2 221 8/6/1993 21 R Mississippi Raleigh, MS D3-1411 Josh Lenz WR 6-0 194 9/22/1990 23 1 Iowa State Dubuque, IA FA-1312 Andrew Luck QB 6-4 240 9/12/1989 24 3 Stanford Houston, TX D1-1213 T.Y. Hilton WR 5-9 178 11/14/1989 24 3 Florida International Miami, FL D3-1214 Hakeem Nicks WR 6-1 208 1/14/1988 26 6 North Carolina Philadelphia, PA UFA-14 (NYG)16 Da'Rick Rogers WR 6-3 215 6/18/1991 23 2 Tennessee Tech Atlanta, GA FA-1317 Griff Whalen WR 5-11 190 3/1/1990 24 3 Stanford Sylvania, OH FA-1220 Darius Butler CB 5-10 188 3/18/1986 28 6 Connecticut Tamarac, FL FA-1221 Vontae Davis CB 5-11 207 5/27/1988 26 6 Illinois Washington, DC T-12 (MIA)23 Kameron Jackson CB 5-9 175 10/31/1993 20 R California Long Beach, CA FA-1425D Johnny Adams CB 5-11 177 6/9/1989 25 1 Michigan State Akron, OH FA-1425O Phillip Tanner RB 5-10 208 8/8/1988 26 4 Middle Tennessee St. Dallas, TX FA-1426 Delano Howell S 5-11 197 11/17/1989 24 3 Stanford Newhall, CA FA-1227 Josh Gordy CB 5-11 195 2/9/1987 27 4 Central Michigan Warthen, GA T-12 (STL)28 Greg Toler CB 6-0 190 1/2/1985 29 6 St. Paul's Washington, DC UFA-13 (ARI)29 Mike Adams S 5-11 200 3/24/1981 33 11 Delaware Paterson, N.J. FA-1430 LaRon Landry S 6-0 226 10/14/1984 29 8 LSU Metairie, LA UFA-13 (NYJ)31 Dewey McDonald S 6-0 220 6/10/1990 24 R California (PA) Ranson, WV FA-1432 Colt Anderson S 5-10 194 10/25/1985 28 5 Montana Butte, MT FA-1433 Vick Ballard RB 5-10 226 7/16/1990 24 3 Mississippi State Pascagoula, MS D5-1234 Trent Richardson RB 5-9 225 7/10/1990 24 3 Alabama Pensacola, FL T-13 (CLE)35 David Sims S 5-10 207 10/20/1986 27 2 Iowa State Gainesville, FL FA-1436 Daniel Herron RB 5-10 212 3/21/1989 25 2 Ohio State Warren, OH FA-1337 Zurlon Tipton RB 6-0 231 4/27/1990 24 R Central Michigan Detroit, MI FA-1438 Sergio Brown S 6-2 218 5/22/1988 26 5 Notre Dame Maywood, IL W-12 (NE)40 Sheldon Price CB 6-2 198 3/26/1991 23 1 UCLA Chino Hills, CA FA-1342 Marcus Burley CB 5-10 189 7/16/1990 24 1 Delaware Richmond, VA FA-1443D Shawn Loiseau ILB 6-0 239 10/10/1989 24 1 Merrimack Shrewsbury, MA FA-1443O Cameron White FB 6-2 252 7/15/1990 24 R Hillsdale College Grand Rapids, MI FA-1444 Ahmad Bradshaw RB 5-10 217 3/19/1986 28 8 Marshall Bluefield, VA FA-1345 Matt Overton LS 6-1 241 7/6/1985 29 3 Western Washington Tracy, CA FA-1246D Qua Cox CB 6-0 185 4/28/1991 23 R Jackson State Tuskegee, AL FA-1446O Deji Karim RB 5-8 209 11/18/1986 27 5 Southern Illinois Oklahoma City, OK FA-1447 Weslye Saunders TE 6-5 261 1/16/1989 25 4 South Carolina Durham, NC FA-1349 Mario Harvey FB 6-0 264 8/10/1987 27 3 Marshall Forsyth, GA FA-1250 Jerrell Freeman ILB 6-0 240 5/1/1986 28 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor Waco, TX FA-1251 Henoc Muamba LB 6-0 242 2/23/1989 25 R St. Francis Xavier Kinshasa, Dem. Rep. of the Congo FA-1452 D'Qwell Jackson ILB 6-0 240 9/26/1983 30 9 Maryland Largo, FL FA-1453 Jonathon Sharpe LB 6-0 235 9/17/1989 24 1 North Greenville Conway, SC FA-1454 Andrew Jackson ILB 6-1 254 3/16/1992 22 R Western Kentucky Lakeland, FL D6-1455 Kelvin Sheppard ILB 6-2 252 1/2/1988 26 4 LSU Stone Mountain, GA T-13 (BUF)57 Josh McNary ILB 6-0 251 4/10/1988 26 1 Army Houston, TX FA-1358 Andy Studebaker OLB 6-3 255 9/16/1985 28 7 Wheaton Congerville, IL FA-1359 Cam Johnson OLB 6-3 260 5/24/1990 24 2 Virginia Washington, DC T-13 (SF)60 Lance Louis G 6-3 330 4/24/1985 29 5 San Diego State New Orleans, LA FA-1462 Khaled Holmes C/G 6-3 309 1/19/1990 24 2 USC Santa Ana, CA D4-1363 Tyler Hoover DE 6-7 297 1/28/1990 24 R Michigan State Novi, MI FA-1464O Marcus Hall G 6-5 315 3/9/1990 24 R Ohio State Cleveland, OH FA-1464D Zach Kerr NT 6-2 335 8/29/1990 23 R Delaware Gaithersburg, MD FA-1465 Thomas Austin C 6-4 310 11/14/1986 27 3 Clemson Camden, SC FA-1467O FN Lutz C 6-3 290 5/24/1991 23 R Indiana State West Lafayette, IN FA-1467D Nnamdi Obukwelu DE 6-3 303 4/13/1991 23 R Harvard Brockton, MA FA-1468O Ulrick John T 6-5 300 5/20/1992 22 R Georgia State Hinesville, GA D7-1468D Brandon McKinney NT 6-2 345 8/24/1983 31 8 Michigan State Dayton, OH FA-1469 Hugh Thornton G 6-3 336 6/28/1991 23 2 Illinois Oberlin, OH D3-1371 Xavier Nixon T 6-6 330 9/17/1990 23 2 Florida Fayetteville, NC FA-1372 Jonotthan Harrison C 6-4 308 8/25/1991 22 R Florida Groveland, FL FA-1473 Matt Hall T 6-9 326 4/24/1990 24 R Belhaven Russellville, AR FA-1474 Anthony Castonzo T 6-7 311 8/9/1988 26 4 Boston College Hawthorn Woods, IL D1-1175 Jack Mewhort T/G 6-6 308 9/30/1991 22 R Ohio State Toledo, OH D2-1476 Joe Reitz G 6-7 325 8/24/1985 29 4 Western Michigan Fishers, IN FA-1078 Gosder Cherilus T 6-7 316 6/28/1984 30 7 Boston College Somerville, MA UFA-13 (DET)79D Gannon Conway DE 6-4 280 6/4/1989 25 R Arizona State Higley, AZ FA-1479O Josh Walker G 6-5 328 6/2/1991 23 R Middle Tennessee St. Spring City, TN FA-1480 Coby Fleener TE 6-6 251 9/20/1988 25 3 Stanford Lemont, IL D2-1281 Eric Thomas WR 6-1 225 11/11/1991 22 R Troy Shreveport, LA FA-1483 Dwayne Allen TE 6-3 265 2/24/1990 24 3 Clemson Fayettville, NC D3-1284 Jack Doyle TE 6-6 267 5/5/1990 24 2 Western Kentucky Indianapolis, IN W-13 (TEN)85 Ryan Lankford WR 5-11 163 12/9/1991 22 R Illinois Jacksonville, FL FA-1486 Erik Swoope TE 6-5 246 5/8/1992 22 R Miami (FL) Lake Elsinore, CA FA-1487 Reggie Wayne WR 6-0 203 11/17/1978 35 14 Miami (FL) New Orleans, LA D1-0190 Cory Redding DE 6-4 318 11/15/1980 33 12 Texas Houston, TX UFA-12 (BAL)91 Jonathan Newsome DE 6-3 251 1/22/1991 23 R Ball State Cleveland, OH D5-1492 Bjoern Werner OLB 6-3 257 8/30/1990 23 2 Florida State Berlin, Germany D1-1393 Erik Walden OLB 6-2 250 8/21/1985 29 7 Middle Tennessee St. Dublin, GA UFA-13 (GB)94 Montori Hughes DT 6-4 350 8/25/1990 23 2 Tennessee-Martin Murfreesboro, TN D5-1395 Phillip Hunt OLB 6-1 254 1/10/1986 28 3 Houston Fort Worth, TX FA-1496 Josh Chapman NT 6-0 340 6/10/1990 24 3 Alabama Hoover, AL D5-1297 Arthur Jones DE 6-3 337 6/3/1986 28 5 Syracuse Rochester, NY UFA-14 (BAL)98 Robert Mathis OLB 6-2 245 2/26/1981 33 12 Alabama A&M Atlanta, GA D5-0399 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 297 11/23/1986 27 6 LSU Miami, FL UFA-13 (SF)

    39 Stanley Havili FB 6-0 243 11/14/1987 25 3 USC Salt Lake City, UT T-13 (PHI)

    48 Aaron Morgan OLB 6-4 250 12/30/1988 25 4 Louisiana-Monroe New Orleans, LA FA-1456 Daniel Adongo OLB 6-5 270 10/12/1989 24 1 Pretoria (South Africa) Nairobi, Kenya FA-1361 Jeris Pendleton DT 6-2 323 11/7/1983 30 2 Ashland Chicago, IL FA-1366 Donald Thomas G 6-4 303 9/25/1985 28 7 Connecticut West Haven, CT UFA-13 (NE)95 Fili Moala DE 6-4 308 6/23/1985 29 6 USC Buena Park, CA D2-09

    COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Chuck PaganoPep Hamilton (Offensive Coordinator), Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator), Tom McMahon (Special Teams Coordinator) Roy Anderson (Safeties Coach), Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant), Brant Boyer (Assistant Special Teams Coach), Clyde Christensen (Quarterbacks Coach), Rob Chudzinski (Special Assistant to the Head Coach), Gary Emanuel (Defensive Line Coach), Jeff FitzGerald (Linebackers Coach), Joe Gilbert (Offensive Line Coach), Mike Gillhamer (Secondary Coach), Frank Giufre (Offensive Quality Control Coach), Richard Howell (Assistant S