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Originally an undrafted free agent signed by the Colts in 2009, Humber spent the past four seasons in New Orleans, where he has played in 63 games, accumulating 71 tackles and 1½ sacks.
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It did not take long for the Indianapolis Colts to make some noise in NFL free agency.
The San Diego Chargers agreed to terms on a two-year contract with quarterback Kellen Clemens and signed inside linebacker Kavell Conner to a three-year contract on Thursday.
It's been pretty clear for awhile now that the Indianapolis Colts would look hard at a No.
The 6-foot-3, 302-pound Maryland alum started 20 games over the past four seasons with Dallas.
The University of Kansas' 10-year master plan would expand academic and research programs and tie sections of the Lawrence campus together, if the university can find millions of dollars to fund it, school officials said.
The NFL Free Agency period is off to a wild and wacky start and among those on the move is now Indianapolis Colts Defensive Lineman Arthur Jones.
Decker has agreed to terms with the Jets . So that's Tate and Decker off the market.
Kansas City, MO - The Kansas City Chiefs made a trio of moves on Wednesday, re-signing safety Husain Abdullah, while inking both free-agent linebacker Joe Mays and offensive lineman Jeff Linkenbach.
Costumed Gen Con visitors have become a popular site in downtown Indianapolis, blending in with the regular population, like these seen crossing Capitol, outside the Indiana Convention Center, in August 2013.
Ryan Grigson didn't have time to spare five minutes on the phone to do an interview.
Kansas City Chiefs' Marcus Cooper misses the tackle against Indianapolis Colts Donald Brown during the AFC Playoff game against Jan. 4, 2014 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
DeMarcus Ware was set to count $16 million US against the Dallas Cowboys's salary cap.
On a busy first day of free agency for the big-spending Colts, the emphasis was clear: They need to get better on defense.
In this Jan. 4, 2014, file photo, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dexter McCluster runs against Indianapolis Colts strong safety Antoine Bethea during an NFL wild-card playoff football game in Indianapolis.
The Indianapolis Colts shocked everyone by one of their signings today - the Colts agreed to a new, one-year deal with running back Ahmad Bradshaw.