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Ex-Warrior Satele signs with Colts

By Associated Press


Samson Satele:
Has started 74 games
in his NFL career

INDIANAPOLIS » Colts general manager Ryan Grigson got the center he wanted to anchor Indianapolis’ rebuilt offensive line — and it’s not Jeff Saturday.

On Wednesday, the Colts signed Hawaii alumnus Samson Satele, who started 74 career games with the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders. A person with knowledge of the deal said it’s a three-year contract worth $10.8 million, with $5 million guaranteed. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity.

“It’s a brand-new team,” Satele said in a statement issued by the Colts. “In talking with coach (Chuck Pagano) and everyone else, it feels like a family. It’s a fresh, new start for me and a fresh, new team. I can’t wait to get this rolling.”

Satele was arrested for disorderly conduct at Westridge Shopping Center in Aiea early last Saturday morning. He was released after posting $500 bail and is scheduled to appear in Ewa District Court on April 18. Disorderly conduct is a petty misdemeanor.

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Expat wrote:
In Indianapolis this story is the one most commented on. There is a running debate between those who don't want a "criminal" representing Indianapolis and those who think mean and a non-choir-boy are just fine. See for yourself: http://www.indystar.com/article/20120321/SPORTS03/120321027?odyssey=mod|mostcom
on March 22,2012 | 02:24PM
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