Harris, Orlovsky among Colts final cuts
The Indianapolis Colts released, 27 players on Saturday to get to the 53-man limit.
Most notable among Indianapolis' cuts were defensive tackle Tommie Harris, who had been picked up from the Chicago Bears and quarterback Dan Orlovsky, who became expendable when Indianapolis signed veteran Kerry Collins out of retirement a couple of weeks into preseason.
Other players let go by the Colts included DB-Al Afalava, P-Travis Baltz, WR-Chris Brooks, DE-John Chick, LB-Chris Colasanti, OG-Kyle DeVan, TE-Tyson DeVree, DT-John Gill, WR-David Gilreath, DB-Michael Hamlin, RB-Javarris James, DB-Brandon King, OL-Jake Kirkpatrick, DT-Ricardo Mathews, TE-Michael Matthews, OG-Jacques McClendon, WR-Larrone Moore, LB-Kerry Neal, DT-Ollie Ogbu, WR-Taj Smith (Waived/Injured), OT-Mike Tepper, OT-Michael Toudouze, LB-Nate Triplett, LB-Vuna Tuihalamaka, and WR-Marshall Williams.
The Colts also activated wide receiver Blair White from the physically unable to perform list.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com