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ICYMI: Staff, Personnel Additions and Colts on Twitter

The offseason comes with its fair share of dull moments. The first week after the Super Bowl brought a few stories for the Colts, but overall it was a tame week. Find out what’s been going on for the men in blue.

Colts Hire Former Browns Head Coach Rob Chudzinski as Special Assistant

The firing of Chudzinski in Cleveland was a very odd one after he had only been there for one season. His coming to Indianapolis makes sense since he and Chuck Pagano has a long history together. The overall consensus on the move seems to be positive. Chudzinski is a good offensive mind that can only help the team. You can find out everything else you need to know from our own Marcus Dugan’s post.

Colts Sign Former Canadian Football League Linebacker Henoc Muamba

If history tells us anything, it’s that Ryan Grigson is capable of finding a diamond in the rough. After having much success from taking a linebacker in the CFL – Jerrell Freeman – Grigson decided to try it again. Muamba was the number one pick in the 2011 CFL draft, and he had a standout year this season. Find out more about this new Colt with Marcus Dugan’s post from earlier this week.

Colts Sign Massive Lineman Jack Breckner

No, really, he’s huge – 6’9”, 320 lbs. Remarkably, the NFL will be Breckner’s fourth football league he has played in. He has previously been with the Ultimate Indoor Football League, Indoor Football League and Arena League. It’s no secret that the Colts’ offensive line needs work, so a move like this can’t hurt at all. Earlier this week, Marcus Dugan told us everything we need to know about the lineman.

Colts on Twitter

On Sunday, Missouri’s defensive end Michael Sam – SEC Defensive Player of the Year – came out as an openly gay man. This has become all the buzz, and a couple of Colts voiced their openings. 

Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart brought a lot of attention to himself when he shoved a fan for apparently saying something negative towards him. Pat McAfee shared his feelings from the situation (Get used to seeing a lot of McAfee during this pieces. He shares a lot on Twitter). 

Now time for the miscellaneous items: 

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