The Indianapolis Colts made some roster moves on Tuesday that affects the depth in their secondary.
The team announced that they have signed free agent safety Andrew Sendejo, waived cornerback Chris Wilcox, and also released safety Sean Davis from the practice squad.
Sendejo most recently played with the Cleveland Browns in 2020 where he started all 14 games in which he appeared and totaled 67 tackles, 1 forced fumble, and 2 pass breakups.
In 11 seasons, Sendejo (6'1", 210, 34 years old) has spent time with the Dallas Cowboys (2010), New York Jets (2011), Minnesota Vikings (2011-18, 2019), Philadelphia Eagles (2019), and Browns (2020).
He has compiled 483 career tackles (8 for loss), 2.0 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 3 fumbles recovered, 9 interceptions, and 23 pass breakups.
Sendejo provides much-needed veteran depth at safety behind the only three players at the position on the Colts' roster; Julian Blackmon, Khari Willis, and George Odum.
Davis had briefly provided that for Indianapolis and was called up from the practice squad before last Sunday's regular-season opener against the Seattle Seahawks in which he saw 10 snaps on special teams.
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