Mike Tomlin must be feeling pretty good about this team. He let the Steelers out of practice early Monday morning.
Within a span of just over 24 hours, former Lehigh University speedster Gerran Walker left hot, humid Terre Haute and was on his way to sunny San Diego. The Chargers jumped at the opportunity to add a talented player that the Colts couldn't fit on their roster.
The San Diego Chargers have waived wide receiver Rashaun Woods and claimed wide receiver Gerran Walker off waivers from the Indianapolis Colts.
Colts rookie wide receiver and returns specialist Gerran Walker spoke to ColtPower's Ed Thompson about the teams that were interested in him, his rookie mini-camp experience, where he fits in with the Colts and much more!
Gerran Walker enjoys competing against the best, so when he got the opportunity to sign with the Colts, he was anxious to get started. The speedster from Lehigh hopes to bring Colts fans to their feet this season.
Playing in the Patriot League for Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, Gerran Walker didn't get much national exposure despite his 125 yards of total offense per game, and over 16 yards per catch last season. But Jerry Langton tells you why he's a player to watch when training camp opens.