According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Indianapolis Colts held work outs for tight end Mike Flacco, brother of Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Joe Flacco, as well as former Ravens’ practice squad wide receiver Jace Davis on Tuesday:
Flacco, a 6’5″, 245 pound tight end, played 4 seasons of minor league baseball with the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox before switching sports to football. In 2013, Flacco attended the University of New Haven, wher he had 30 receptions for 591 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns playing tight end. He was a Division II All-American and decided to enter the 2014 NFL Draft.
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While he went undrafted, he was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the San Diego Chargers in May of this past year, but was released as part of final roster cuts in August.
Flacco resurfaced on the Jacksonville Jaguars practice squad in October, but has since been subsequently released. The 27-year old had a work out with the Colts yesterday, but no immediate contract was reached.
Also in town for a work out was former Ravens’ wide receiver Jace Davis. The undrafted rookie from Northern Colorado had previously spend time on the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad before being released recently. At 6’0″, 206 pounds, Davis had a noteworthy collegiate career with the Bears, as he had 162 career receptions for 2,470 receiving yards, and 16 touchdowns; receiving All-Big Sky Conference honors. Like Flacco, no immediate contract was reached with Davis.