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Colts re-sign Marlon Mack, claim Andrew Brown

Marlon Mack contract

The Colts have made two moves within the hour, two days after the NFL’s legal tampering window officially opened up. On Wednesday afternoon, Indianapolis re-signed running back Marlon Mack and claimed former Houston nose tackle Andrew Brown off of waivers.

Marlon Mack’s contract is reportedly worth $2 million for just one year. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported the news via Twitter.

Brown was a fifth round draft pick by the Bengals in 2018. After less than three seasons, he was released and picked up by the Houston Texans. The Texans released him on March 16, opening the door for the Colts to claim him.

Mack played in just one contest in 2020. In Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, he tore his Achilles, which ended his season. He had been the Colts’ featured back for two years prior. His injury opened the door for rookie standout Jonathan Taylor, who impressed in his first season. Mack will likely be taking a backup role to Taylor in 2021, unless trends change.

For more on the NFL’s 2021 free agency period, stay tuned to TGH.

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