Wynn Signs With Colts


Former Lee High football standout Browning Wynn signed a free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts on Monday with the 6-4, 242 pound tightend to report in mid-May. A solid performer for Virginia Tech the past four years, Wynn was one of three Hokies that signed free agent contracts with various NFL teams. Eight Virginia Tech players were selected in the draft.
--Powell Valley News



Former Lee High standout Browning Wynn, who missed a lot of action his senior season at Virginia Tech with a back injury, will also be moving up to the next level. Wynn, a walk-on success story who inspired his teammates in the weight room and on the field at tight end, has signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts.
--Kingsport Times



Free agents added

The Colts followed their eight-player draft by signing 18 college players who were bypassed over the weekend.

Agreeing to rookie free-agent contracts were offensive tackle Kurt Vollers (Notre Dame); place-kicker David Collett (Tennessee Tech); quarterback Greg Zolman (Vanderbilt); and linebackers Christian Rodriguez (Texas A&M), Anthony Williams (South Florida) and Todd DeLamielleure (Hofstra).

Also signing were defensive tackle Brandon Hicks (Bowling Green); guard Evan Routzahn (Virginia); centers Mike Souza (Northwestern) and Curt McGill (Georgia); tight ends Browning Wynn (Virginia Tech) and Derek Smith (Kentucky); running back Gregg Kellett (Marshall); and wide receivers Chris Lacy (Idaho), Adam Herzing (Cal-Poly), Dougie Allen (Kentucky), Donald Shoals (Tulsa) and John Stone (Wake Forest).
--The Indianapolis Star



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