(UNDATED) - The Indianapolis Colts have added two more rookie free agents to their roster.
The Colts have signed Former Indiana State Safety Donye McCleskey and former Fordham Offensive Tackle Andrew Tyshovnytsky.
McClesky started eleven games last season, recording 92 tackles, two interceptions and a sack.
Tyshovnytsky is 6-foot-4, 304 pounds and started eleven games as a senior.
The signings give Indianapolis 13 undrafted rookie free agents on the roster.
The Colts open a three-day rookie mini-camp on Friday at the team's Westside-Indianapolis headquarters.
The rookie camp is the first chance for Head Coach Jim Caldwell and the Colts staff to work with the team's eight draft choices as well as the free agent signees.
Five former Purdue Boilermakers will be attending NFL rookie camps trying to make teams as free agents.
Quarterback Joey Elliott has signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as has defensive back David Pender.
Center Jared Zwilling will try to make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' roster while safety Torri Williams signed with the Houston Texans.
The Colts announced Sunday that they had signed former Purdue defensive back Brandon King.
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