The Colts re-signed unrestricted free agent safety Matt Giordano, the club announced Monday. The fifth-year veteran has started six of 55 games in four seasons with the Colts.


Fifth-Year Safety Re-Signs with Colts
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed fifth-year veteran safety Matt Giordano, the club announced Monday. Giordano, an unrestricted free agent, originally was a fourth-round draft choice by the Colts in 2005 out of California.

In four seasons with the Colts, Giordano has appeared in 55 games with six starts. He appeared in 16 games with one start in 2008, totaling career-bests with 26 defensive tackles and 13 special teams tackles. Giordano has 78 career defensive tackles, 52 solo, four passes defensed and three interceptions for 89 return yards, including an 83-yard touchdown return. He also has 34 career special teams tackles.

Giordano joins linebacker Tyjuan Hagler as unrestricted free agents re-signed by the Colts. Hagler re-signed April 8. The Colts also signed unrestricted free agent linebacker Adam Seward in late March.

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