Colts will sign Former Texas A&M quarterback, if he can reach their requirement

The Indianapolis Colts will sign former Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond to their practice squad, according to several outlets.


Sources told Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafalo that the Colts worked out several quarterbacks and opted to sign Mond, pending him passing a physical.


The Colts need a quarterback because former Florida standout Anthony Richardson is dealing with an AC joint injury. The rookie starter is expected to out for possibly longer than expected with them signing Mond. Indianapolis already had backups Gardner Minshew and Sam Ehlinger on the 53-man roster.


Mond, A&M’s winningest starting quarterback, was drafted in the 2021 third round by Minnesota. He played in one game as a rookie, completing 2 of 3 passes for 5 yards, but he was cut at the end of training camp in his second season. He spent the rest of the 2022 season with the Cleveland Browns, who cut him at the end of training camp this year.

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