Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano announced Monday the team has signed four free agents to contract extensions: wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, defensive tackle T.J. Walker, running back Frank Gore and linebacker De’Vante Harris.
The Colts signed Kearse to a four-year, $24 million deal in March, and the team also signed Walker and Harris to two-year deals.
They were expected to re-sign defensive end/outside linebacker Kaleb Ramsey to a one-year deal in the offseason.
The Colts signed tight end Jake Butt to a two-way contract worth $1.9 million, and running back Ty Montgomery to a five-year contract worth about $9.933 million.
They also signed running back Justin Forsett to a three-year extension.
The team also added cornerback Darius Butler to its active roster on Monday.
The news is good for the Colts, who have not been able to field a top-tier wide receiver in recent years.
The team signed former first-round pick Andre Johnson to a seven-year $82 million contract in 2018 and drafted receiver T.Y. Hilton in the first round of the 2019 draft.