It has been reported that offensive lineman Adam Terry has agreed to a one-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts. The oft-injured tackle was a second round pick after a prolific career at Syracuse, and has been in a Ravens uniform since 2005. Out of the 80 possible games, Terry only played in 48 (18 were starts) and didn’t play at all last season after going on the IR in training camp. The versatile tackle was a restricted free agent, but because the Ravens didn’t tender him, he was free to sign with any team.
It’s doubtful that Terry will start with the Colts, but he will add invaluable depth on their offensive line. A player that was involved in the community more than the average NFL player, Terry’s presence will definitely be missed by the Ravens, even if his career in purple and black didn’t turn out as planned on the field.