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Topic - Daniel Adongo
Daniel Adongo is finally starting to feel comfortable with the Colts.
At 6-foot-5, 257 pounds, Adongo was such an intriguing prospect the Colts signed him just before training camp opened even though he had never played American football. When the season began, the Colts stashed him on the practice squad, giving him more time to adapt to his new sport.
Walk around Colts training camp, and it's like taking a trip around the world.
Daniel Adongo has never played a down of American football, has watched only a few games on television and he tends to fidget with his helmet.
"I am excited," Adongo said Wednesday, one day after being promoted from Indy's practice squad to the active roster. "As I said before and I'll reiterate it, my excitement is being subdued by the fact I have a task, an obligation and a duty to perform what's being asked from me for the coaches and my teammates."