Field Yates of ESPN.com reports that the Colts signed LB Henoc Muamba to a three-year contract that includes $107,000 guaranteed.
- Brian McIntyre mentions that of the 374 NFL reserve/future contracts, only 19 contain any guaranteed money.
The Indianapolis Colts announced that they have signed former Winnipeg Blue Bombers LB Henoc Muamba to a contract.
- The Vikings, Broncos, Patriots and Ravens all showed interest in Muamba.
Muamba was the No. 1 overall pick in 2011 CFL Draft out of St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
Last year, he totaled 65 tackles, three sacks to go along with five forced fumbles and was named the CFL’s Canadian Player of the Week twice.
On Wednesday, it was announced that the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have released LB Henoc Muamba to allow him to pursue opportunities in the NFL.
Winnipeg GM Kyle Walters told reporters earlier in the week that “all signs indicate” that Muamba will sign with an NFL team at some point in the near future, via the Winnipeg Sun.
- Howard Balzer of The Sports Exchange reportedly on Monday that he tried out for the Ravens.
- Aaron Wilson of NationalFootballPost.com reported that Muamba worked out with the Patriots back in December, via NESN.com.