The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent offensive tackles Kevin Graf and Mitchell Van Dyk.Graf, 6-6, 309 pounds, most recently spent the entire 2015 offseason and training camp with the Philadelphia Eagles before being waived on August 30, 2015. In 2014, he spent time on the Eagles active roster and practice squad, but did not see any game action. Graf was originally signed by Philadelphia as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2014.
Collegiately, Graf started in 38 games at offensive tackle at the University of Southern California. As a senior in 2013, he was named an All-Pac-12 honorable mention after starting all 13 games he participated in.
Van Dyk, 6-7, 299 pounds, spent the entire 2015 season on the Pittsburgh Steelers Injured Reserve list after being waived-injured by the team on September 5, 2015. He was originally selected by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round (226th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. Van Dyk participated in training camp with the Rams in 2014, but was waived prior to the start of the season.
Collegiately, Van Dyk started 31-of-37 games he played in at Portland State. He was named a Big Sky All-Conference first team choice as a senior in 2013 and a Big Sky All-Conference honorable mention selection as a junior in 2012.
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Colts will play three primetime games in 2016The Indianapolis Colts today announced its 2016 regular season schedule. Along with their traditional matchups against AFC South Division opponents – Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee – the Colts will face the AFC West and NFC North Divisions. Indianapolis will also host the Pittsburgh Steelers and travel to New York to face the Jets. In total, the Colts will face six playoff teams from the 2015 season, including the defending Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos as well as Green Bay, Houston, Kansas City, Minnesota and Pittsburgh. Indianapolis will play in three primetime games in 2016. Additionally, Indianapolis will participate in the UK International Series for the first time when the Jacksonville Jaguars host the Colts at Wembley Stadium in London in Week 4.
The Colts enter the season with a 20-4 record against AFC South Division foes since 2012, which is the second-most wins within a team’s division in the NFL over that span. Indianapolis has made the playoffs three times over the last four seasons, including an appearance in the AFC Championship Game in 2014.
For the first time since 2013, the Colts will open the regular season at home when they host the Detroit Lions on Sunday, September 11 at 4:25 p.m. Indianapolis owns a 21-18-2 overall series record against Detroit and has won the last four contests. The last time the teams faced each other came on December 2, 2012 in the Motor City. On the final play of the game, Andrew Luck completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery to give the Colts a 35-33 victory. Luck completed 24-of-54 passes for 391 yards with four touchdowns and three interceptions while T.Y. Hilton totaled six receptions for 100 yards.
In Week 2, Indianapolis will travel to Denver to face the reigning Super Bowl Champions. The Colts trail the Broncos in the all-time series, 10-12, but have won six of the last seven matchups and are 3-7 in the Mile High City. In 2015, Indianapolis claimed a Week 9 victory over an undefeated Denver team, 27-24. The Colts defense limited the Broncos to only 35 net rushing yards, while Darius Butler and Mike Adams contributed with interceptions. Andrew Luck completed 21-of-36 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns for a 98.4 passer rating.
The Colts will host the San Diego Chargers in Week 3 on Sunday, September 25 at 4:25 p.m. The Chargers own a 16-9 overall record against Indianapolis and are 11-3 in the Circle City. In the last matchup between the teams on October 14, 2013, the Colts lost in San Diego, 19-9. Andrew Luck completed 18-of-30 passes for 202 yards and one interception.
In Week 4, Indianapolis will participate in their first AFC South Division game of the season when the Jacksonville Jaguars host the Colts at Wembley Stadium in London as part of the UK International Series on Sunday, October 2 at 9:30 a.m. The contest will mark Indianapolis’ first time participating in the International Series and its first regular season game outside of the United States. Jacksonville will return to London for a fourth consecutive year, and has committed to playing a home game in London through 2020. This will mark the Jaguars first time playing an AFC South opponent in London. The Colts have played three preseason games abroad in Mexico City (8/19/2000 vs. Pittsburgh), Tokyo (8/6/2005 vs. Atlanta) and Toronto (8/19/2010 vs. Buffalo).
The Bears will take a short road trip south to Indianapolis to face the Colts in Week 5. The teams have squared off 41 times in the regular season with Indianapolis owning a 22-19 series lead. The last matchup between the teams came in the 2012 regular season opener when Chicago defeated the Colts in the Windy City, 41-21. Reggie Wayne led all receivers with 135 yards on nine receptions. On February 4, 2007, Indianapolis defeated Chicago 29-17 in Super Bowl XLI to capture the franchise’s fourth world championship.
In Week 6, Indianapolis will have their second AFC South Division game of the season when they travel to Houston for a Sunday Night Football matchup with the Texans on Sunday, October 16 at 8:30 p.m. The Colts are 10-4 all-time against Houston on the road with three consecutive wins. Last season, Indianapolis won a Thursday Night Football meeting at NRG Stadium in Week 5 to improve to 3-2 on the year. The win extended Indianapolis’ consecutive victory streak within the AFC South Division to 16 games, which set a new NFL record. Backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck completed 18-of-29 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns for a 107.4 passer rating.
The Colts will have another AFC South road tilt in Week 7 as they travel to Tennessee. Indianapolis has won their last nine meetings against the Titans, including a 6-1 mark in Tennessee dating back to 2009. In 2015, Indianapolis swept the Titans for the fourth consecutive season. The Colts traveled to Nashville in Week 3 last year and defeated Tennessee, 35-33. Despite trailing 27-14 entering the fourth quarter, Andrew Luck completed 9-of-11 passes for 121 yards and two touchdowns in the final frame to lead the Colts to their first win of the season. The game marked Luck’s 13th career fourth quarter or overtime game-winning drive.
Kansas City will return to Indianapolis on Sunday, October 30 (1 p.m.) for the first time since the Colts epic comeback in the 2013 AFC Wild Card Playoffs. Down 28 points in the second half, Indianapolis recorded the second-largest comeback in NFL postseason history, defeating the Chiefs, 45-44. Andrew Luck threw for 443 yards and four touchdowns while T.Y. Hilton finished with 13 receptions for 224 yards and two touchdowns. His 13 catches tied for the second-most in an NFL postseason game and his 224 receiving yards ranked as the third-most in postseason annals. In regular season play, Indianapolis owns a 12-8 overall record (5-4 at home) against Kansas City. The last time the two teams faced off in the regular season came on December 22, 2013 when the Colts defeated the Chiefs, 23-7.
Prior to a Week 10 bye week, the Colts will travel to Green Bay for the first time since a 34-14 loss on October 19, 2008. Indianapolis owns a 21-20-1 overall record against the Packers and has won five of the last eight matchups. The most recent game between the teams came at Lucas Oil Stadium in 2012. In their first game without Head Coach Chuck Pagano, who was battling leukemia, the Colts faced a 21-3 halftime deficit. In an emotional comeback, Indianapolis regrouped in the second half and defeated Green Bay, 30-27.
In Week 11, Indianapolis will return from the bye week to host Tennessee on Sunday, November 20. The Colts own a 17-6 record against the Titans in Indianapolis and have won the last eight games at home. The two teams faced each other in Indianapolis in the regular season finale last year. Dealing with injuries at the quarterback position, Indianapolis started Josh Freeman while also playing backup Ryan Lindley. The two quarterbacks combined to complete 21-of-38 passes for 207 yards with two touchdowns and one interception to give the Colts their eighth victory of the season, 30-24.
Indianapolis will have consecutive nationally televised games in Weeks 12 and 13. On Thanksgiving night, the Colts will host the Steelers on primetime at 8:30 p.m. on NBC. The Week 12 contest will mark Indianapolis’ first Thursday night home game since 2011. The Colts own a 2-0 record in Thanksgiving Day games and most recently defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 31-13, on November 22, 2007. Indianapolis holds a 6-16 overall series record against Pittsburgh and a 4-5 mark at home. In Week 13 last season, the Colts traveled to Pittsburgh and lost, 45-10. Running back Frank Gore finished with 94 yards from scrimmage (45 rushing, 49 receiving), including a nine-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter. This will mark the third consecutive season that Indianapolis will play Pittsburgh.
In Week 13, the Colts will face the New York Jets on Monday Night Football at 8:30 p.m. for the second consecutive season. Indianapolis holds a 40-28 mark in the head-to-head series, including a 21-13 record on the road, but have lost the last three games. Last season, the Colts played the Jets in Week 2 on Monday Night Football and fell 20-7. Donte Moncrief caught seven passes for 122 yards and one touchdown.
Indianapolis will face Houston for the second time in Week 14 when they host the Texans on Sunday, December 11 at 1 p.m. The Colts own a 13-1 overall record against the Texans in Indianapolis after losing last year’s matchup, 16-10. Entering Week 15 vs. Houston in 2015, Indianapolis had a six-game winning streak against their division foe. The Colts owned a 10-3 lead at halftime, but the Texans scored 13 unanswered points in the second half to claim their first victory in Indianapolis. Mike Adams made his 100th career start and finished with seven tackles (five solo), 1.0 tackle for loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
In Week 15, the Colts will travel to Minnesota to face the Vikings in the new U.S. Bank Stadium, which opens this year. The contest will be Indianapolis’ first in Minnesota since an 18-15 victory on September 14, 2008. Indianapolis owns a 15-7-1 overall record against the Vikings and have won the last four matchups. In the most recent game between the teams in 2012, the Colts won, 23-20, at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Colts longest road trip of the season will take them to the state of California on Christmas Eve in Week 16. Indianapolis will travel to Oakland for the first time since a 31-26 win on December 26, 2010. The Raiders own a 7-6 overall record against the Colts, but Indianapolis is 4-3 in Oakland. The Colts have won their last four games against the Raiders. In the most recent matchup between the teams in 2013, Indianapolis defeated Oakland, 21-17, at Lucas Oil Stadium.
On New Year’s Day, the Colts will host Jacksonville in the Week 17 regular season finale at 1 p.m. Indianapolis is 11-4 all-time against the Jaguars at home and has won the last three meetings in the Circle City. Last season, the Colts hosted the Jaguars in Week 4 and won in overtime, 16-13. The contest marked the first time the teams played each other in overtime. Adam Vinatieri converted 3-of-3 field goal attempts and one PAT for 10 points, including a 27-yard kick in overtime to increase Indianapolis’ consecutive victory streak within the AFC South Division to 15 games, which tied the former NFL record that the Colts broke later in the 2015 season.
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2016 SEASON SCHEDULE
Day Date Opponent Time Network
Sun. Aug. 7 *GREEN BAY 8:00 PM ESPN
Sat. Aug. 13 at Buffalo 7:00 PM FOX59
Sat. Aug. 20 BALTIMORE 7:00 PM FOX59
Sat. Aug. 27 PHILADELPHIA 7:00 PM CBS4
Thurs. Sept. 1 at Cincinnati 7:35 PM FOX59
Day Date Opponent Time Network
Sun. Sept. 11 DETROIT 4:25 PM FOX
Sun. Sept. 18 at Denver 4:25 PM CBS
Sun. Sept. 25 SAN DIEGO 4:25 PM CBS
Sun. Oct. 2 at Jacksonville (London) 9:30 AM CBS
Sun. Oct. 9 CHICAGO 1:00 PM FOX
Sun. Oct. 16 at Houston 8:30 PM NBC
Sun. Oct. 23 at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS
Sun. Oct. 30 KANSAS CITY 1:00 PM CBS
Sun. Nov. 6 at Green Bay 4:25 PM CBS
Sun. Nov. 13 BYE WEEK
Sun. Nov. 20 TENNESSEE 1:00 PM CBS
Thurs. Nov. 24 PITTSBURGH 8:30 PM NBC
Mon. Dec. 5 at N.Y. Jets 8:30 PM ESPN
Sun. Dec. 11 HOUSTON 1:00 PM CBS
Sun. Dec. 18 at Minnesota 1:00 PM CBS
Sat. Dec. 24 at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS
Sun. Jan. 1 JACKSONVILLE 1:00 PM CBS
–All times are EASTERN—
*2016 NFL/Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio
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The Indianapolis Colts today announced that restricted free agent tight end Jack Doyle has signed his qualifying offer.Doyle, 6-6, 267 pounds, has spent the last three seasons with the Colts after being claimed by the team off waivers from the Tennessee Titans on September 1, 2013. The Indianapolis native has played in 47 career games (seven starts) and caught 35 passes for 209 yards and three touchdowns. Doyle has seen action in five postseason contests (one start) and totaled seven receptions for 30 yards.
In 2015, Doyle appeared in all 16 games (two starts) and caught 12 passes for 72 yards and one touchdown. He played in all 16 games (one start) in 2014 and registered 18 receptions for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Doyle saw action in three postseason contests and caught six passes 23 yards. As a rookie in 2013, he appeared in 15 games (four starts) and compiled five receptions for 19 yards. Doyle played in the Colts two postseason contests (one start) and tallied one reception for seven yards. He originally signed with the Titans as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2013.
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The Indianapolis Colts today announced that exclusive rights free agent safety Akeem Davis has signed his tender.Davis has seen action in 19 career games and posted one tackle, one forced fumble and 12 special teams stops. In 2015, he competed in six games between the New Orleans Saints, Seattle Seahawks and Colts. In 2014, Davis appeared in 13 games for Washington and played primarily on special teams.
Davis was a two-time captain at Memphis and recorded 162 tackles, 13.0 tackles for loss, three interceptions, 2.5 sacks, five forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries. As a senior in 2012, he finished with 68 tackles and helped the Tigers lead Conference USA in total defense.
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The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent wide receivers Josh Boyce and Brian Tyms and waived guard Ben Heenan.
Boyce, 5-11, 205 pounds, most recently spent time with the New England Patriots. He has played in 10 career NFL games (three starts) and totaled nine receptions for 121 yards and nine kickoff returns for 214 yards. Boyce spent the entire 2015 offseason and training camp with the Patriots before being placed on the team’s Injured Reserve list on September 1, 2015. In 2014, he spent the first 16 weeks of the regular season on New England’s practice squad before being signed to the active roster and playing in the regular season finale. Boyce was inactive for all three postseason contests in 2014 but was a member of the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX Championship team. He saw action in nine games (three starts) as a rookie in 2013 and finished with nine receptions for 121 yards and nine kickoff returns for 214 yards. Boyce was originally selected by the Patriots in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft out of TCU.
Tyms, 6-3, 205 pounds, spent the last two seasons with the Patriots. He has appeared in 18 career NFL games (two starts) and contributed seven receptions for 94 yards and one touchdown in his time with New England (2014-15), the Cleveland Browns (2013) and the Miami Dolphins (2012). Tyms has also seen action in one postseason contest. In 2015, he spent the entire offseason and training camp with the Patriots before being placed on the team’s Injured Reserve list on August 25, 2015. Tyms played in 11 games (two starts) in 2014 and caught five passes for 82 yards and one touchdown. He also appeared in one postseason contest and won Super Bowl XLIX with New England. In 2013, Tyms spent the first six weeks of the regular season on the Dolphins practice squad before being signed to the Browns active roster. He saw action in seven games for Cleveland and compiled two receptions for 12 yards. In 2012, Tyms spent his entire rookie season on Miami’s practice squad. He originally signed with the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent out of Florida A&M on May 4, 2012. Tyms spent the entire 2012 offseason and training camp with the 49ers, but was released prior to the start of the season.
Heenan, 6-4, 315 pounds, signed a reserve/future contract with the Colts on January 5, 2016. He spent the final nine weeks of the 2015 regular season on Indianapolis’ practice squad. Heenan spent time with the Colts during the 2015 offseason and training camp after originally signing with the team on February 4, 2015. He was waived by the team during training camp on August 7. Prior to joining the Colts, Heenan started 49-of-52 games in three seasons (2012-14) with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League (CFL).
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The Indianapolis Colts today announced its 2016 preseason schedule. The dates and times for the final four preseason games have yet to be finalized.
The Colts and Green Bay Packers will travel to Canton, Ohio to kick off the National Football League’s 2016 preseason in the NFL/Hall of Fame Game on Sunday, Aug. 7 at 8 PM ET in Canton’s Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. The meeting will be the first in the preseason between the teams since Indianapolis fell to Green Bay by a 24-21 margin on August 26, 2011 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Overall, the Colts own a 5-4 record against the Packers in preseason play dating back to 1980.
Indianapolis and Green Bay will close out the 2016 Enshrinement Weekend one day after three of their famed legends are formally enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Former Colts head coach Tony Dungy and wide receiver Marvin Harrison will join former Packers quarterback Brett Favre among the eight-man class that was elected to the Hall of Fame in February. Other members of the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016 include owner Edward DeBartolo, Jr., linebacker Kevin Greene, tackle Orlando Pace, quarterback Ken Stabler and guard Dick Stanfel.
The Colts will travel to Buffalo for a matchup with the Bills in the second week. Dating back to 1969, the two teams have met seven times in the preseason with the Bills holding a 4-3 advantage. Buffalo won, 44-20, in their last preseason game against Indianapolis on August 11, 2013 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Indianapolis will then host the Baltimore Ravens in its preseason opener at Lucas Oil Stadium. The contest will mark the first time the two teams have faced each other in preseason play.
The Colts will host the Philadelphia Eagles in their fourth preseason game. Indianapolis and Philadelphia share a 10-10 overall preseason series record. The last time the two teams faced each other in preseason play was last season when the Eagles defeated the Colts in Philadelphia, 36-10.
Indianapolis will close out the preseason with a trip to Cincinnati. The two teams have met in the preseason every year since 2001 and traditionally in the finale. The Bengals hold a 16-8 preseason series record, which includes a 9-6 victory in Indianapolis in 2015.
2016 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS PRESEASON SCHEDULE
Date Opponent Time
Sunday, Aug. 7 *GREEN BAY 8:00 PM
Game 2 (Aug. 11-15) at Buffalo TBD
Game 3 (Aug. 18-22) BALTIMORE TBD
Game 4 (Aug. 25-28) PHILADELPHIA TBD
Game 5 (Sept. 1-2) at Cincinnati TBD
*2016 NFL/Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio
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The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent tight end Mike McFarland and waived tackle Pierce Burton.
McFarland, 6-6, 262 pounds, originally signed with the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent on May 8, 2015. He spent the entire offseason and part of training camp with the Texans. McFarland caught one pass for nine yards in Houston’s first preseason game on Aug. 15 vs. the San Francisco 49ers. He was placed on the Texans’ Injured Reserve list on Aug. 20 and waived from the team’s Injured Reserve list on Oct. 29.
Collegiately, McFarland played 48 games (16 starts) at the University of South Florida and finished with 55 receptions for 643 yards and two touchdowns. In 2014, he started 10-of-12 games and was named Second Team American Athletic Conference by Phil Steele after compiling a career-best 27 receptions for 315 yards. McFarland ranked second on the team in receptions and third in receiving yards, while being among AAC tight end leaders in both categories. He was a Second Team AAC selection in 2013 after playing in all 12 games (six starts) and registering 23 receptions for 288 yards and a career-high two touchdowns. McFarland tied for the team lead in touchdown receptions and ranked second in receptions and receiving yards for the Bulls. He was also an asset on special teams as he blocked three field goal attempts. In 2012, McFarland saw action in all 12 games at tight end and on special teams and totaled four receptions for 32 yards. In his first season at South Florida in 2011, he appeared in all 12 games, mainly on special teams, and caught one pass for eight yards. McFarland began his collegiate career at the University of Florida in 2010 and redshirted his true freshman season before transferring to South Florida and being granted a waiver to play immediately the following season.
Burton, 6-6, 305 pounds, was signed by the Colts to a reserve/future contract on January 5, 2016. He spent the final five weeks of the 2015 regular season on the Colts practice squad after signing with the team on December 1. Burton also spent time on the Carolina Panthers (Weeks 2-11) and Atlanta Falcons (Week 1) practice squads in 2015. He originally signed with the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2014 and spent training camp with the team before being released.
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The Indianapolis Colts today agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent cornerback Patrick Robinson.
“We’ve been interested in Patrick since early in free agency and we’re glad it finally came together,” said Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson. “We have some strong ties on our coaching staff with him so that familiarity is always a plus. He is a versatile, experienced and steady corner that gives us immediate help opposite Vontae. He was a fit on a number of levels in regards to overall skill, but also adds some strong intangibles. We’re happy with this addition to our team.”
Robinson, 5-11, 191 pounds, most recently spent time with the San Diego Chargers. He has played in 74 career NFL games (43 starts) and totaled 234 tackles (191 solo), 3.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack, 54 passes defensed, 10 interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), two forced fumbles, 10 special teams tackles and two blocked kicks. Robinson has seen action in three postseason contests (two starts) and compiled nine tackles (six solo), two passes defensed and two special teams tackles. He spent the first five seasons (2010-2014) of his career with the New Orleans Saints after being selected by the team in the first round (32nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft out of Florida State.
In 2015, Robinson played in all 16 games (10 starts) and registered 49 tackles (42 solo), 2.0 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, eight passes defensed and one interception for the Chargers. He appeared in 14 games (six starts) for the Saints in 2014 and tallied 40 tackles (31 solo), 11 passes defensed, two interceptions and four special teams tackles. Robinson was named the recipient of the Saints’ 2014 Ed Block Courage Award for his comeback from a season-ending injury that he sustained during the previous season. He played in the first two games of the 2013 season before suffering an injury in Week 2 and missing the rest of the year. In 2012, Robinson started all 16 games for the first time in his career and collected a career-high 64 tackles (54 solo) and added 1.0 tackle for loss, 1.0 sack, one forced fumble, 18 passes defensed (career-high) and three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown). In Week 9 vs. Philadelphia, Robinson tied a franchise-record with a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown. In 2011, he saw action in 15 games (seven starts) and totaled 54 tackles (42 solo), 15 passes defensed, two special teams tackles, two blocked kicks and a career-high four interceptions. Robinson appeared in two playoff contests (one start) and tallied eight tackles (five solo), one pass defensed and two special teams tackles. He played in 11 games (four starts) as a rookie in 2010 and collected 25 tackles (20 solo), two passes defensed and four special teams tackles. Robinson started his postseason debut and recorded one solo tackle and one pass defensed.
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The Indianapolis Colts today agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent running back Jordan Todman.
Todman, 5-10, 200 pounds, most recently spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has played in 44 career NFL games (three starts) and totaled 115 carries for 472 yards (4.1 avg.) and three touchdowns, 40 receptions for 314 yards and two touchdowns and 69 kickoff returns for 1,784 yards. He has seen action in two postseason contests and tallied 16 carries for 71 yards.
In 2015, Todman played in 11 games for the Steelers and registered four carries for 22 yards and had one kickoff return for 22 yards. He saw action in two postseason contests and registered 16 carries for 71 yards. Prior to Pittsburgh, Todman spent three seasons (2012-14) with the Jacksonville Jaguars. In 2014, he appeared in all 16 games (one start) and compiled 32 carries for 186 yards and one touchdown, 25 receptions for 198 yards and one touchdown and 38 kickoff returns for 972 yards. Todman played in all 16 games (two starts) in 2013 and finished with 76 carries for 256 yards and two touchdowns, 14 receptions for 116 yards and one touchdown and 26 kickoff returns for 712 yards. In 2012, he saw action in one game and recorded three carries for eight yards, four kickoff returns for 78 yards and caught one pass.
Todman was originally selected by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round (183rd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He spent time on the Chargers active roster and practice squad most of his rookie season before being signed to the Minnesota Vikings active roster from the Chargers practice squad on December 27, 2011. Todman spent most of the 2012 season on the Vikings practice squad before being signed to the Jaguars active roster on November 27, 2012.
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The Indianapolis Colts today agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent running back Robert Turbin.
Turbin, 5-10, 222 pounds, most recently spent time with the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns last season. He has played in 58 career NFL games (three starts) and totaled 281 carries for 1,127 yards (4.0 avg.) and one touchdown. Additionally, Turbin has caught 50 passes for 450 yards and two touchdowns in his time with the Cowboys, Browns and Seattle Seahawks (2012-14). He has seen action in eight postseason contests and registered 37 carries for 128 yards and tallied five receptions for 50 yards. Turbin won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 as a member of the Seahawks.
In 2015, Turbin played in three games for the Browns and tallied 18 carries for 60 yards and two receptions for eight yards before being waived on November 10. He signed with the Cowboys eight days later. Turbin appeared in the final seven contests of the season with Dallas and compiled 32 carries for 139 yards and one touchdown and five receptions for 15 yards.
Turbin played in all 16 games (three starts) for the Seahawks in 2014 and totaled 74 carries for 310 yards and 16 receptions for 186 yards and two touchdowns. He saw action in three postseason contests, including Super Bowl XLVIIII, and registered 11 carries for 48 yards and caught one pass. In 2013, Turbin appeared in all 16 games and recorded 77 carries for 264 yards, eight receptions for 60 yards and eight kickoff returns for 177 yards (22.1 avg.). He played in three playoff contests, including Super Bowl XLVIII, and tallied 14 carries for 40 yards and caught one pass for nine yards. Turbin played in all 16 games as a rookie in 2012 and finished with 80 carries for 354 yards and 19 catches for 181 yards. He appeared in two postseason contests and totaled 12 carries for 40 yards and three receptions for 43 yards. Turbin was originally selected by the Seahawks in the fourth round (106th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Utah State.
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