Colts second-round pick Tony Ugoh and fifth-rounder Michael Coe have agreed to terms as the players started arriving in Terre Haute, Indiana for the kickoff of their 2007 training camp.
Ugoh reportedly agreed to a deal for just under $4 million over four years with roughly half of the money guaranteed. Coe's total package wasn't available, but he reportedly will receive a $138,000 signing bonus as part of his four-year deal.
Still unaccounted for at this time with the team ready to take the field on Monday morning are a pair of third-rounders -- cornerback Daymeion Hughes and defensive tackle Quinn Pitcock. The team signed it's two fourth-round picks -- linebacker Clint Session and safety Brannon Condren -- to four-year deals over the past two days. Condren's contract calls for him to make just over $2 million over the course of the deal.
Ugoh, Coe on Board in Indy
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