Colts Cut Ties With Keiaho, Two Others Offered Deals

June 21, 2010 Updated Feb 28, 2009 at 1:16 AM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indianapolis Colts linebacker Freddy Keiaho is a free agent after the team did not make him a
contract offer.
Keiaho started 25 games in three seasons with the Colts and
voided the final year of his contract. He was second on the team
with 114 tackles last year.
Had the Colts offered the lowest one-year tender, $1.01 million,
and Keiaho signed with another team, the Colts would have received
a third-round pick in April's draft as compensation.
The Colts did offer one-year tenders to offensive lineman Dan
Federkeil and linebacker Buster Davis, who are exclusive rights
free agents and cannot sign with another team




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