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Colts | Mike Hart, Josh Thomas among players released

The Indianapolis Colts have waived RB Lance Ball, WR Sam Giguere, DT John Gill, DT Adrian Grady, RB Mike Hart, DE Marcus Howard, DB Dante Hughes, C Steve Justice, WR John Matthews, WR Brett McDermott, RB Walter Mendenhall, OG Tom Pestock, WR Taj Smith, DT Terrance Taylor, OT Jaimie Thomas, DE Josh Thomas and OT Michael Toudouze. DB Nick Graham (undisclosed), DB Travis Key (undisclosed) and TE Jamie Petrowski (undisclosed) were waived injured.

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