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Associated Press
Long snapper Justin Snow, who had played in 192 consecutive games, was cut by the Colts.

Colts cut ties with longtime snapper

– The Colts released their longest-tenured player, long snapper Justin Snow, as they reached the NFL roster limit of 53 on Friday.

Snow had played in 192 consecutive games – the second-longest streak in franchise history behind Peyton Manning.

The Colts also waived receivers Kashif Moore and Jeremy Ross; running back Darren Evans; tight ends Andre Smith and Kyle Miller; offensive linemen Steven Baker, Hayworth Hicks, Mike Tepper and Zane Taylor; defensive linemen Chigbo Anunoby and Jason Shirley; linebackers Greg Lloyd and Jerry Brown; and safety Latarrius Thomas.

Running back Deji Karim, defensive end James Aiono, linebacker Tim Fugger and defensive backs Brandon King and Mike Newton were waived-injured.

Receiver Jabin Sambrano and cornerback Korey Lindsey were put on injured reserve. Offensive tackle George Foster was released from injured reserve.

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