COLTS RE-SIGN HAGLER

The Colts have re-signed unrestricted free agent linebacker Tyjuan Hagler, the club announced Wednesday. The fourth-year veteran has appeared in 30 games with the Colts since the club drafted him in 2005.

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Fourth-Year Veteran Linebacker Re-Signs with Colts
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed fourth-year veteran linebacker Tyjuan Hagler, the club announced today. Hagler, an unrestricted free agent, was a fifth-round draft choice by the Colts in 2005.

Hagler has started 10 of 30 games in three seasons for the Colts. He appeared in nine games with three starts in 2008, totaling 21 tackles and one forced fumble. He posted career-highs in 2007, recording 60 tackles, 34 solo, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery, while starting seven of 12 games. Hagler appeared in nine games for the Colts in 2006 and missed the 2005 season due to injury.

Hagler joins fifth-year veteran linebacker Adam Seward as unrestricted free agents signed by the Colts. The club also re-signed center Jeff Saturday and cornerback Kelvin Hayden prior to the start of free agency.

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