Fourth-Year Veteran Linebacker Re-Signs with Colts
INDIANAPOLIS –The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed fourth-year veteran linebacker Freddy Keiaho, the club announced Thursday. Keiaho originally was selected by the Colts as a third-round draft choice in 2006 out of San Diego State.
Keiaho has started 25 of 39 games in three seasons with the Colts, totaling 224 career tackles, 134 solo, 0.5 sack, two forced fumbles, two fumbles recovered, one interception and three passes defensed. Keiaho started 14 games in 2008 and ranked second on the team with 114 tackles, 72 solo, along with two forced fumbles. Keiaho opened 11 games in 2007, his first season as a starter, and recorded 101 tackles, 0.5 sack, one interception and three passes defensed. As a rookie, he appeared in 14 games with nine tackles and two forced fumbles.
Keiaho joins Tyjuan Hagler as linebackers re-signed by the Colts. The Colts also added unrestricted free agent linebacker Adam Seward on March 24.