Indianapolis Colts: All-time Indy Roster

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May 29, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts helmets lay on the practice field as they stretch during organized team activities at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Cornerback: Eugene Daniel (1984-1996)

Daniel was an eighth round draft pick when the Colts first moved in Indianapolis. Taken out of LSU, Daniel was pretty much a starter from day one, getting the nod in 14 of his games in his first season.

Daniel proved to be a turnover machine early in his career with six interceptions his rookie year and eight the following season. In his 13 years with the Colts, Daniel had 35 interceptions and six fumble recoveries. In 1995, Daniel set a then record for longest interception return in history with a 97-yard touchdown (since broken by Ed Reed with 108-yard return in 2008).

Daniel was a fan favorite during his time in Indianapolis, and one of the few bright points on a dismal team during the late 80s and early 90s. In his career in Indy, Daniel also recorded 735 tackles, three touchdowns (all off interception returns), and a pair of sacks.

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