Every year the Colt's have an undrafted free agent that makes the team and has a significant impact on the season. Last year it was Ed Johnson. According to Pro Football Weekly the Colt's really like what they see from Rutger's product Eric Foster. Only with the Colts could you have a guy who played point guard on his high school basketball team playing on their D-line:
Dude looks like he would fit right in:It seems almost humorous that a team as stacked as the Colts would heap such praise on an undrafted rookie, but team sources tell us the Colts are genuinely excited about what DT Eric Foster brings to the table. A third-team Associated Press All-American in 2006, the Rutgers product had a stellar collegiate career, but his small size (6-1, 273 pounds) scared off teams from drafting him. Quick, undersized tackles have a long history of thriving in coach Tony Dungy’s defense, which is predicated upon getting a strong pass rush from the front four, and Foster has a chance to be the next in line.