Think Colts are gonna feel the guys they have already:
Chris Morgan (like his size!):
0 years in the NFL
Signed as free agent with Colts on May 15, 2007.
Four-year starter who made transition from FS to RB as freshman and opened 36 of 40 career games…was 680-3,817, 34 TDs rushing and 41-416, 2 TDs receiving…ranked second in school history in rushing yards (3,817), touchdowns (34) and rushing attempts (680)…started 10 games as senior…was 192-1,318, 14 TDs rushing and 18-176, 1 TD receiving…was Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Offensive Player-of-the-Year, First-Team all-conference and Second-Team All-Northeast Region choice…was finalist for Harlon Hill Trophy…had eight 100+ rushing games…broke own school record with 286 rushing yards vs. East Stroudsburg…also had three TDs…started 10 games as junior…was 282-1,276, 11 TDs rushing and 17-159, 1 TD receiving…was First-Team All-PSAC West and All-Northeast Region choice…had eight 100+ games…had 80t vs. Slippery Rock…started five of nine games as sophomore…was 167-950, 8 TDs rushing and 6-81 receiving…was Second-Team All-PSAC choice…set then school record with 266 rushing yards vs. Lock Haven…also had three TDs...started eleven games as freshman…started first nine games at FS before making transition to RB for final two games…had 32 tackles, one interception and two FR, including 40t return, on defense…was 39-273, 1 TD rushing…had 25t rush vs. Bloomsburg…majored in physical education.
Full name is Chris Morgan…born in Pittsburgh, Pa….attended Woodland Hills High School…was 251-1,968, 26 TDs rushing as senior…was conference Player-of-the-Year and all-state choice…helped lead team to Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League title as freshman, junior and senior…single…resides in Pittsburgh, Pa.
2 years in the NFL
Signed as FA with Colts on September 3, 2006…originally signed as FA with Cincinnati on May 5, 2006…was waived on September 2, 2006.
2006: Appeared in 13 games as special teamer, primarily on kickoff returns…was inactive first three games with ankle injury sustained in preseason. POST-SEASON: Appeared as special teamer vs. Kansas City 1/6 in Wild Card Playoffs, at Baltimore 1/13 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. New England 1/21 in AFC Championship Game and vs. Chicago in Super Bowl XLI 2/4.
Two-year player at Lindenwood (St. Charles, Mo.) University after transferring from Ottawa (Kan.) University…had seven career interceptions, returning four for TDs…blocked seven field goals and nine punts in career…at Lindenwood, was NAIA All-America RB as senior…had 1,600 yards and 18 TDs rushing…was All-America DB as junior…scored three defensive TDs, and after moving full-time to RB with four games remaining, totaled 841 yards and nine TDs rushing…had 98t KOR as sophomore at Ottowa.
Full name is DeDe Dorsey…born in Broken Arrow, Okla….attended Broken Arrow High School…single…resides in Broken Arrow, Okla.
0 years in the NFL
Four-year letterman who started 39 of 40 games…finished career with 958-4,841, 60 TDs rushing, 80-759, 4 TDs receiving and 6,138 all-purpose yards…finished as Ivy League record holder for career rushing yards (4,841), career rushing touchdowns (60), career touchdowns (66), career points (398) and career all-purpose yards (6,138)...owns every school rushing and scoring mark…was four-time first-team All-Ivy choice…started 10 games as senior…was 237-1,213, 20 TDs rushing and 24-239, 1 TD receiving…set school seasonal records in rushing TDs, total TDs and points (132)…scored TD in nine of 10 games and 2+ TDs in seven of 10 games…had three rushing TDs four times…rushed for 181 yards and 3 TDs against Brown…started 10 games as junior…was unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection for third consecutive year…totaled 258-1,139, 11 TDs rushing and 34-336, 2 TDs receiving…ranked 13th in Division 1-AA rushing, 5th nationally in all-purpose yards (161.4) and 17th in scoring (8.6)…had seven 100+ rushing games and nine 100+ all-purpose games…had 128 rushing yards and game-winning 3OT score, along with 10-85, 1 TD receiving, against Yale…rushed for 203 yards against Princeton…rushed for 189 yards and 3 TDs against Brown…had 92t KOR against Dartmouth…was consensus first-team All-America selection by AP and Walter Camp Foundation as sophomore…was first Harvard offensive back to gain All-America status since Barry Wood in 1931…started 10 games and was 248-1,302 yards, 17 TDs rushing and 15-129, 1 TD receiving…set school seasonal records in rushing yards…108 points broke prior school seasonal mark of Charlie Brickley (1912)…had seven 100+ games, rushing scores in eight outings and had three rushing TDs in each of first three games…was unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection as freshman, the first league player to earn the honor…was 215-1,187, 12 TDs rushing and 7-55 receiving…was first Ivy League freshman with 1,000+ yards…was 17-16.6 KOR…was first offensive player in Ivy League history to earn first-team honors as freshman…set league’s seasonal freshman record for rushing yards…economics major.
Full name is Clifton George Dawson…born in Scarborough, Ontario.…attended Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute…was two-sport star in track and football…named team MVP as senior…was an All-Canada selection…resides in Scarborough, Ontario.
Really think they have their man here in these guys and competition will bring the cream to the top to spell Addai. Think Addai is the horse and Morgan makes the team and a name for himself....?