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Versatile WR Looking to Carve Out a Spot

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After playing things relatively safe throughout the course of the draft and with most of their free agent signings, the Colts took a gamble on an athletic prospect by signing an undrafted prospect that may be a man without a position. Brad Keller has the analysis here.

Arizona State's Rudy Burgess had a tumultuous career as a Sun Devil.  He started out as a running back and enjoyed a productive sophomore season in 2005 with 145 carries for 644 yards (4.4 yard average) and all six of his career rushing touchdowns. He was moved outside to receiver before his junior season and showed some production there as well, snagging 125 passes for 1,536 yards and 1...

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