On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012, the Indianapolis Colts decided to make the training camp battle for starting running back in the 2012 season a little more competitive. With Donald Brown penciled in as the starting running back, the Colts have made no indication that Brown’s spot at the starter is safe. With Delone Carter already fighting to dethrone Brown, the Colts just added the 29 year-old RB who played his last four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mewelde Moore. Moore doesn’t exactly have standout career numbers to indicate that he is a legitimate threat to beat out Brown and Carter for the starting spot, but he certainly can steal some carries and playing time if he performs well in training camp and preseason.
Additionally, the Colts have released undrafted rookie free agent quarterback, David Legree. This transaction was made in order to make room for Moore.