Colts Make Roster Moves

The latest from Adam Caplan on the impact of roster moves in Indianapolis..

The Indianapolis Colts made three roster moves throughout the day on Friday.

They released veterans QB Jim Sorgi and DL Raheem Brock. They also signed G/C Andy Alleman, a league source told Scout.com.

Sorgi, as Scout.com noted previously, was due $1.080 for 2010 and carried a roster bonus of $275,000. As a vested veteran, Sorgi is now free to sign with any team. Sorgi's release leaves the Colts without a veteran quarterback behind starter Peyton Manning.

Brock, who started 104 games during his eight years with the Colts, carried a $3.79 million base salary for 2010 along with a $500,000 roster bonus.

The versatile defensive lineman should be able to find work fairly quickly because of his ability to play tackle or end.

Alleman was not tendered by the Kansas City Chiefs as a restricted free agent, so he was free to sign with any team. Alleman was originally selected in the 2007 draft in the third round by the New Orleans Saints.


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