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January 12, 2012

Colts announce new General Manager

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —

Telesco stays-- Colts director of player personnel Tom Telesco was one of eight finalists for the team's general manager position.

Irsay said that Telesco is expected to remain in Indianapolis unless he gets an offer for a front office position for another NFL team.

"Tom and Ryan know each other. They can work well together," the Colts owner said.

Colts have first pick in first round only-- While Indianapolis has the first pick in the 2012 draft, the Colts will not have the first pick in all seven rounds.

The NFL confirmed Wednesday that since both the Colts and St. Louis both finished with identical 2-14 records, the two teams will take turns with the first pick starting with the second round.

The Rams will go first in Round Two and Indianapolis first in Round Three and so on.

In other news-- The Colts have not renewed the contract of special teams coach Ray Rychelski. Rychelski had been with the team since 2009.

Indianapolis signed wide receivers Jeremy Ross and Jarred Fayson to a reserve/future contracts.

Ross was signed to the practice squad on September 28 where he remained for the rest of the regular season. He was originally signed by New England as a rookie free agent on July 27.

Fayson was originally signed by New Orleans as an undrafted free agent on July 27, 2011. He was waived September 3. The team signed Fayson to the practice squad on November 21, where he remained for the rest of the season.

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