08 Sep 2010
Bill Polian is a darn good personnel man, but nobody's perfect, and here's your proof. Ugoh started as a rookie when Tarik Glenn retired before the 2007 season, but he struggled and then seemed to get worse and worse each passing year. After injuries this preseason, I guess releasing him made more sense than sticking him on IR.
There are a lot of stories right now about the Colts having problems on the offensive line, and I guess they do, but the Colts seem to do a pretty amazing job of subbing in guys you have never heard of at four of those five positions. In my opinion, "Colts are having problems on the offensive line" is only significant when that problem somehow includes Jeff Saturday.
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