Chiefs sign tackle Tony Ugoh

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed veteran free agent offensive tackle Tony Ugoh. Ugoh is an athletic 6-foot-5, 301-pounder who has started 28 career games in five NFL seasons. BR> Ugoh played in three games last season with one start for the New York Giants.
July 25, 2012

End of the Road for Ugoh?

Offensive tackle Tony Ugoh (toe) has been waived-injured. Ugoh, a second-round draft pick in 2007, was hurt in the Colts' preseason game at Green Bay two weeks ago.
September 10, 2010

Ugoh Wants to Make Most of Second Chance

It's probably safe to say that Tony Ugoh is finally close to reaching his comfort level. The fourth-year offensive lineman from Arkansas admittedly began his career with plenty of pressure on his large shoulders. He was selected in the second round of the 2007 NFL draft and immediately placed in the starting lineup as the replacement for Pro Bowl offensive tackle Tarik Glenn.
August 10, 2010

Turning Up the Heat

The Indianapolis Colts were back at practice Monday afternoon, working out in shoulder pads and shorts on a sweltering August day. Eric Hartz braved the heat and shares what he learned from the Colts' second practice of the 2010 season inside.
August 2, 2010

In the Trenches: Bills

With both starting offensive tackles out and nothing for the Colts to play for this week, plenty of backups should see time against the Bills on both offense and defense. Greg Talmage breaks down some of the likely matchups inside.
January 2, 2010

In the Trenches: Titans — Part Two

Undersized Ryan Lilja goes up against the Titans' best pass rusher, and with Charlie Johnson possibly out, Tony Ugoh draws Tennessee's always-dangerous Kyle Vanden Bosch. The last time these two teams played, Vanden Bosch got the upper hand on Ugoh and several hard shots in on Peyton Manning. Can Ugoh right the ship this time? Greg Talmage takes a look at the matchups.
December 5, 2009