The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent guard Kitt O’Brien and waived guard Dionte Savage.
O’Brien, 6-5, 310 pounds, re-joins the Colts after originally signing with the team on August 7, 2015. He spent the last two seasons in the Arena Football League with the Cleveland Gladiators after playing collegiately at Ball State.
In 2014, he started all 18 games for the Gladiators along the offensive line. As a rookie in 2013, O’Brien started all five games that he appeared in with Cleveland. At Ball State, he started 36-of-40 career games for the Cardinals. In 2012, O’Brien played in all 13 games (10 starts). As a junior in 2011, he started all 12 games for the second time of his career and was part of an offensive line that tied for 12th in the nation for fewest sacks allowed with 11.0. In 2010, O’Brien started all 12 games at right guard for the first time of his career. He played in three games as a freshman and started two contests.
Savage, 6-4, 335 pounds, played in 23 games (seven starts) in two seasons at the University of Oklahoma. Prior to Oklahoma, he was a National Junior College Athletic Association Second Team All-America choice at Arizona Western.
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