Injured Tony Ugoh waived by Colts
By Paul Kuharsky
The Indianapolis Colts have waived injured offensive lineman Tony Ugoh, their second round pick from 2007 out of Arkansas.
They team had envisioned Ugoh as a long-term left tackle, but he lost their faith after playing in 11 games as a rookie and 15 in 2008. He started four games last year after Charlie Johnson won the job.
Indianapolis intended to try him at left guard during training camp, but a foot injury to Johnson meant Ugoh had to play left tackle. Now dealing with a foot injury, Ugoh was listed as Johnson's backup.
In their injury report emailed earlier Wednesday, the Colts said Ugoh did not participate in practice because of a foot injury.
Paul Kuharsky in the AFC South blogger for ESPN.com.
Typically I'm against bringing in other teams' cast off's but it's not like our O-Line is dominant. Can this guy play?