The Indianapolis Colts Sign Former Damascus and Maryland Standout Jake Funk to Practice Squad

by MCS Staff

After being released by the New Orleans Saints earlier this week, the Indianapolis Colts today signed running back Jake Funk to the practice squad and released running back Phillip Lindsay from the practice squad.

Funk, 5-10, 205 pounds, played in 15 games in two seasons (2021-22) with the Los Angeles Rams and registered two carries for five yards and three special teams tackles. Funk also tallied four kickoff returns for 88 yards (22.0 avg.). He appeared in three postseason contests and compiled two carries for five yards and one special teams stop. Funk was originally selected by the Rams in the seventh round (233rd overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Jake Funk holds the Maryland state record for career touchdowns from when he was a student at Damascus High School. He went on to play at the University of Maryland



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