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Colts continue to reshape roster

– The Colts signed nine free agents Tuesday and waived three veterans – another flurry of moves in an offseason full of changes.

Three days after the draft ended, the Colts signed offensive tackle Emmett Cleary, kicker Brandon McManus, running back Dan Moore, running back Denodus O’Bryant, cornerback Sheldon Price, linebacker C.O. Prime, receivers Rodrick Rumble and Lanear Sampson and cornerback Daxton Swanson.

The team also waived running back Alvester Alexander, fullback Robert Hughes and linebacker Shawn Loiseau.

The entire offseason has been busy. Indianapolis signed 10 unrestricted free agents, six on a defense that will look completely different in 2013 than it did in 2012.

Indianapolis used three of its seven draft picks on defensive players and traded former first-round pick Jerry Hughes to Buffalo on Monday.

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