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Caesar Rayford (19) helped lead the Spokane Shock of the AF2 to a championship in 2009.
As the offseason rolls on, moves will continue to be made. Rosters will develop and change until training camp, as the front office continues to try to improve the back end of the 90-man roster.
Last week, the Colts signed DE/OLB Caesar Rayford, cutting LB Jake Killeen. ProFootballTalk's Mike Wilkening has the details:
Rayford, 27, has been a defensive end with the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League the last four seasons, notching 27.5 sacks. The Colts will try the 6-foot-7, 265-pound Washington product at outside linebacker.
The 27-year-old Killeen, meanwhile, is a former Indoor Football League standout whom the Colts signed in January. Like Rayford, the Colts listed him at outside linebacker.
Meanwhile, the Colts staff off the field continues to change as well, with the team hiring Shaun Terlecky as an assistant coach and Chelsea Durham as a marketing assistant:
Terlecky joins the Colts after spending the last three seasons (2010-12) as a defensive quality control coach working with the linebackers at Louisiana State University. Prior to LSU, he coached at Mercyhurst College (2004, 2008-09) and was a graduate assistant coach at the University of North Carolina (2005-07), where he worked with Head Coach Chuck Pagano in 2007.
Durham started with the Colts as a marketing intern in 2012 before assuming her current role. Previously, she served as a marketing and promotions student assistant in the Ball State University athletics department (2010-13) and an account coordinator at Cardinal Communications (2010-11).
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