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Colts, Heyward-Bey agree to deal

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01:28 PM ET 04.02 | It looks like free agent WR Darrius Heyward-Bey has finally made up his mind. After spending part of last week in Indianapolis before leaving without a contract and heading to Detroit for a scheduled visit, the fourth-year player out of Maryland has opted to sign with the Indianapolis Colts. The deal is reportedly for one year and $3 million. Last season's starting receiver for the Colts opposite Reggie Wayne was Donnie Avery, and Avery signed a three-year, $8.5 million deal with the Chiefs this offseason. Heyward-Bey joins the Colts entering his fifth year and has 140 career catches for 2,071 yards and 11 TDs.

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, Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
April 2, 2013  01:37 PM ET

This could be fun. DHB has the speed and Luck has the arm. The only question is if DHB also has the hands.

April 2, 2013  02:11 PM ET

Bey is over-rated.... Could be that he was lost in the shuffle out in Oakland, but for the mostpart, dude hasn't done anything consistently in the NFL other than suit up.

April 2, 2013  02:22 PM ET

This overrated fast end is now going to get a new lease on life, as far as Heyward-Bey is concerned, their is a God!!! He's going to get Lots A Luck!!!!

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April 2, 2013  06:36 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

This could be fun. DHB has the speed and Luck has the arm. The only question is if DHB also has the hands.

Get used to this call: "Luck drops back, he surveys the field, he's got MAN OPEN! LONG PASS TO DARIUS HEYWARD-BEY and....."

*CLANK*

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