INDIANAPOLIS — With two key players officially ruled out at inside linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, the team on Saturday made a move to aid the position.
Sankey, who was with the Minnesota Vikings for the first two preseason games this year, played in the Colts’ final two preseason contests, totaling 10 tackles — a figure that tied for the second most for any Colts defender the entire preseason — and also logging a special teams stop.
The Sacramento State product is yet to play in an NFL regular season game. He spent time on the practice squads of the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders as a rookie in 2016.
Sankey’s signing gives the Colts some needed depth at the inside linebacker position tomorrow against the Cardinals, when they will be without starter
Hazel, 6-1, 195 pounds, was claimed off waivers by the Colts on Sept. 3 after he was waived by the Washington Redskins the previous day. He earned his first-career reception for one yard last Sunday in Indianapolis’ 2017 season opener against the…
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