Colts starting safety Geathers agrees to one-year deal to stay put | All Charts News - breaking news english#indiana
INDIANAPOLIS — Safety Clayton Geathers has agreed to a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
The team made the announcement Wednesday.
Geathers started 12 games for Indy last season and finished third on the team with a career-high 86 tackles. He also had 19 tackles in the Colts’ two playoff games.
But the Colts’ fourth-round draft pick in 2015 has battled injuries throughout his career, including a neck injury that nearly derailed his career. He returned after 11 months of rehabilitation.
Geathers is the ninth free agent Indy has re-signed this offseason. The list includes Adam Vinatieri, the NFL’s career scoring leader, right guard Mark Glowinski, defensive tackle Margus Hunt and cornerback Pierre Desir.
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