Former Florida Atlantic linebacker Chris Laskowski is back on the Colts practice squad just a few days after being released to make room for running back Vashon Pearson. On Monday, the tables were turned and Pearson was the one bumped off the squad.
The Colts have shuffled players on and off the 8-man unit throughout the year as needed. The only players who haven't been bumped off the squad since the original group was selected back on September 5th are QB Tom Arth, WR John Standeford and safety Brandon Lynch.
Laskowski and WR Roscoe Crosby were both cut as the Colts trimmed their training camp roster this summer. Linebackers Jonathan Goddard, Mike Labinjo, and offensive tackle Bo Lacy were late additions to the practice squad who had spent their training camp time with other NFL teams this summer.
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