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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts aren’t done adding depth and competition at the cornerback position.

The team announced today that it has signed veteran free agent T.J. Carrie. Terms of the deal weren’t immediately released.

Carrie, who turns 30 in July, brings plenty of experience to the Colts’ cornerbacks room. A seventh-round pick by the Oakland Raiders in the 2014 NFL Draft, Carrie has played in 92 total games with 50 starts over the past six seasons with the Raiders and the Cleveland Browns.

In all, the 6-foot, 204-pound Carrie has collected 331 total tackles (12 for a loss) with five interceptions, 43 passes defensed, six forced fumbles, seven fumble recoveries, two sacks and five quarterback hits.

Carrie’s signing is just the latest move at the cornerback position for the Colts the past couple weeks since the team released veteran starter Pierre Desir on March 21. Six days later, the Colts announced the signing of free agent corner Xavier Rhodes, a three-time Pro Bowler and First-Team All-Pro selection in 2017 with the Minnesota Vikings.

Both Rhodes and Carrie help add their brand of leadership for a young and talented group of Colts cornerbacks. Already set to return at corner in 2020 are starters Kenny Moore II — one of the better slot corners in the NFL — and 2019 second-round pick Rock Ya-Sin.

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But where Carrie can really help in particular is at the nickel cornerback position behind Moore II. While he has plenty of experience lined up on the outside, Carrie has averaged more than 350 snaps per season lined up in the slot over his six-year NFL career, including 326 snaps with the Browns last season.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Authentic Sheldon Day Jersey today spoke with Colts.com’s Matt Taylor. Hear what he had to say about what he’s bringing to the Indy defense, the opportunity to continue playing with Authentic DeForest Buckner Jersey, his memories of growing up in Indianapolis and much more.

Here are some highlights from the conversation, which you can listen to in its entirety above:

» Day’s playing style seems like a perfect fit for coordinator Matt Eberflus’ defensive schemes: The Colts of course want talented playmakers on defense, but at the very core the most important attributes the team are looking for include effort, passion and hustle.

Day said he brings that to the table each and every week.

“High motor, I love the game,” Day said when asked how he’d describe his playing style. “I’m definitely a technician; I try to do everything right and make sure that I’m felt when I’m on the field.”

Just 25 years old — he’ll be 26 in July — Day has spent the first four seasons of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers as a key piece of depth for a couple very talented defensive lines, but the arrow certainly appears to be pointed up for Day and his potential.

In fact, Day started all three postseason games for the 49ers last season, including Super Bowl LIV.

The 6-foot-1, 285-pound Day has played in 56 career games in all, and has collected 53 tackles (38 solo), 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks and four passes defensed over that time.

Day said he was already very familiar with the Colts’ playing style from studying them on film over the last couple years, and is excited to add his flavor to the defense in 2020.

“The tenacity that they play with,” Day said when asked what stands out about the Colts’ defense. “And I love watching them on film. Last year with the Niners, we’d watch effort plays and stuff like that, and the way that the Colts play, they run to the ball, they play physical, they fly around, have fun, young group. So it’s going to be an exciting time to get established with these guys.”

» Day is ecstatic about the chance to follow fellow former 49ers defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to Indy: The Colts on March 18 made a huge splash when they acquired the All-Pro Buckner in a trade with the 49ers, sending the 13th-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to San Francisco.

Day and Buckner have been teammates along the defensive line the last 2 1/2 seasons with the 49ers, and have developed a close bond that will only continue to grow with their Colts opportunity.

“DeForest (has) made me detail my game,” Day said. “So we would be working on pass-rush moves, bouncing ideas off of each other, just trying to make sure that our game grew together, and we’re always giving each other tips. If I see something on film I’m reach out to him, and vice versa. So, man, what a special guys he is.”

Just what kind of playmaker are the Colts getting in Buckner?

“Oh man — he’s a special player,” Day said. “Great leader, on and off the field, but, man, can’t say enough great things about him. A dominant force on the field; definitely fun playing with him — our chemistry is great — so it’s a good opportunity for us to continue to grow our chemistry that we’ve been building the last two years.”

It was Day and Buckner starting at defensive tackle for the 49ers as they advanced through the NFC playoffs and into the Super Bowl last season.

The Kansas City Chiefs ultimately won that game, 31-20, by staging a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback. But because of that, Day said the Colts are getting two defensive playmakers who know what it takes to get to the big game — and who understand how important it is to grab hold of the title when it’s within grasp.

“Me and DeForest were talking about the chip that we have on our shoulder because we were so close,” Day said. “It was right there in our hands, and all we had to do was squeeze it and grab it, and we let up. So ultimately we have a chip on our shoulders and we know how to get there, and now we know what to do to overcome that shortcoming that we had.”

» Day can’t wait to get back to his hometown to play in front of his family and friends: An Indianapolis native, Day cut his teeth at one of the top high school football programs in the state, Warren Central, before starring at Notre Dame.

He admits he was more of a “bandwagon” Colts fan growing up — it was hard not to root for those Peyton Manning teams that were winning 12 games year after year after year — but still believes he has “Colts in my blood.”

“The first little league team I played for was the Colts,” Day said with a laugh.

Day said it took him until his junior year in high school to really make any noise at the varsity level, an experience that taught him the true value of hard work and knowing how to play his role.

It’s a message Day makes sure to pass along each year when he hosts a football camp at his alma mater on the east side of town.

“I would say early on, like, of course, freshman and sophomore year, I didn’t play varsity ball — I was on the JV team — so I guess the process kind of made me understand and value how much work it would take,” he said. “So I’d definitely say probably as I got into college, I was like, ‘I can really do this,’ and I started to dedicate myself to the game and really put everything I had into it.”

A self-described “chill, laid-back guy with a big heart” off the field, Day, who trains in Miami, Fla., during the offseason, is looking forward to his opportunity to take the Lucas Oil Stadium turf once again.

“Just being able to play in front of the hometown, with all the support backing us, it’s going to be a special year,” Day said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — With the 34th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts have selected cornerback Rock Ya-Sin.

Ya-Sin — who stands at 6-foot and weighs 192 pounds — transferred to Temple in 2018 after three standout seasons at FCS Presbyterian College. For the Owls last season, Ya-Sin earned first-team All-American Athletic Conference honors, logging 47 tackles (two for a loss) with two interceptions and a team-best 12 passes defensed.

NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein — who compared Ya-Sin to current Colts cornerback Nate Hairston — wrote this about Ya-Sin in his draft profile:

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Body-beautiful cornerback with good size and potential, but just one year of FBS football experience. Ya-Sin needs technique work across the board, but the ability to handle the duties of the position are all in place and waiting to be unlocked. He has the strength, toughness and feet to go from shadowing presence to a more disruptive one as a press-man corner. His lack of technique allows for some pitch-and-catch moments in coverage, but he has moldable traits to become a future starter with more experience and coaching.

As of now, the Colts’ next pick is in the second round (46th overall) — the pick the team acquired in Friday night’s trade with the Washington Redskins, in which Indy sent its first-round (26th-overall) selection to Washington in exchange for the 46th pick and the Redskins’ 2020 second-round pick.

The Colts also currently have a third second-round pick at 59th overall, as well as a third round (89th-overall) selection that will be announced tonight.

For more on this selection, check back with Colts.com.

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Today’s question: Is the New York Giants’ receiving corps of Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard the best in the league?

Todd Archer, Dallas Cowboys reporter: I like what the Atlanta Falcons have with Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu and Taylor Gabriel. I like what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did in adding DeSean Jackson to Mike Evans. I like what the Pittsburgh Steelers have with Antonio Brown and a good group that will be better if Martavis Bryant returns to form. But from Nos. 1-3, it’s hard to quibble with the Giants. Beckham might be the most dynamic receiver in the league. Having joined a new team — if not in a new stadium — Marshall will be motivated to show what he has left. Shepard had a productive rookie season and should be better. We know the Giants will throw the ball a lot, and the trio will get plenty of looks from Eli Manning. Quick aside: I’m surprised Dwayne Harris hasn’t done more as a receiver with New York. I thought he would have been better after seeing him with the Cowboys earlier in his career.
At age 33, and coming off a down year, Brandon Marshall is the X factor in the Giants’ receiving corps. AP Photo/Seth Wenig
Tim McManus, Philadelphia Eagles reporter: I’m a fan of Atlanta’s corps of Jones, Sanu and Gabriel, and have respect for the receivers in Oakland, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay as well, but the Giants’ receivers absolutely deserve to be in the conversation. It’s difficult to envision how the Eagles’ secondary will handle this group. Jalen Mills on Beckham? Patrick Robinson on Marshall? Ron Brooks, coming off a ruptured quad tendon, trying to keep up with Shepard in the slot? Could be trouble. More times than not, the Giants will enter a game holding a matchup advantage in that department, which is a beautiful thing to have going for you. Marshall is coming off a down year (788 yards, 3 TDs in 15 games). I’m curious to see whether at age 33, he can still reach lofty heights. That’s the X factor for me. If he can be the type of imposing presence we’ve become accustomed to, this just might be the best receiving corps in the NFL.

John Keim, Washington Redskins reporter: If we’re talking about the entire receiving corps, then no. If we’re talking just the trio of Beckham, Marshall and Shepard, it would be hard to top this group, though entering the season I’d put Green Bay ahead of the Giants. Beckham is clearly a top receiver, and Marshall is one year removed from a 109-catch season (the sixth time he reached triple digits). He’ll provide a major boost in the red zone in particular. But he’s 33. How much of last season’s dropoff was due to personal attrition versus the Jets’ quarterback situation? We’ll soon find out, though I have a strong hunch it was the latter. Shepard caught 65 passes, eight for touchdowns, as a rookie. So this trio should be strong and, by season’s end, possibly the best. But if we’re looking at overall depth for the top spot — and players beyond the top three — there are questions, and that could be a problem. I’m curious to see more of Tavarres King because of his speed.

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INDIANAPOLIS — When it comes to suspense surrounding the Indianapolis Colts offense, there really isn’t anything major outside of when quarterback Andrew Luck will start throwing the football following his right shoulder surgery back in January.

You could say there’s a little uncertainty when it comes to right guard and right tackle. The battle for the third receiver spot between Phillip Dorsett and Kamar Aiken could end up being one of the most competitive competitions – a theme hit home by general manager Chris Ballard – on offense for Indianapolis. T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief are in line to be the team’s top two receivers.

Dorsett is the Colts’ 2015 first-round draft pick and Aiken is the former Baltimore Ravens receiver who signed with Indianapolis in free agency. Aiken had 29 receptions for 328 yards and a touchdown last season with the Ravens.
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“We already had a lot of talent in the receiving room and then we added Kamar,” Dorsett said. “It just adds competition to the room. I feel like if you’re not a competitor, you’re not cut out for football. It’s competition everywhere, every day.”

There’s more pressure on Dorsett than Aiken.

The good news for Dorsett was that he was a first-round pick. The bad news for Dorsett is that he’s a first-round pick who hasn’t played to his potential so far. The last thing he wants do is flame out like Colts 2013 first-round draft pick Bjoern Werner did. Werner was released following the 2015 season.

It’s time for Dorsett to produce because Ballard has proven in just a few months on the job that he wants production or he’ll look elsewhere to get it. So flashes, something Dorsett has provided in his two seasons, will no longer cut it.

Dorsett has 51 receptions for 753 yards and three touchdowns in his first two seasons. His speed is what makes him intriguing to watch. His 16 yards a catch last season was good enough for eighth in the NFL. The Colts want Dorsett to do more than just run deep routes. He had a chance to step up and show his value last season when Moncrief missed six games with a shoulder injury. But Dorsett had only 13 catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns in those six games.

“I would say every year is a big year for me,” he said. “That’s how I look at it. I’m not really trying to worry about where I got drafted. Put your head down, grind and compete. I love competition.”

Dorsett has spent a significant portion of the offseason working out at the team’s facility. New receivers coach Sanjay Lal has put an emphasis on detailed route running with Dorsett so that he can become a more complete player instead of being one-dimensional.

“Expect a new and improved guy,” Dorsett said. “I took my body to another level this offseason. I’m just going out there to being a better player, trying to go out there every day and figure out any way I can get better in all aspects of the game.”

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ATLANTA — The Hawks have signed guard Lamar Patterson and forward Ryan Kelly to multiyear contracts.

Patterson provides depth across the perimeter, including at point guard. He previously signed two 10-day contracts with the team, most recently on Feb. 8. He has averaged 2.3 points in four games.

The 6-foot-11 Kelly has played in nine games with the Hawks after signing on Oct. 31.

The Hawks now have their maximum 15 players. They traded forward Mike Scott to the Phoenix Suns on Thursday, leaving two vacant roster spots.

Patterson and Kelly are expected to be available when the Hawks play the Miami Heat on Friday night.