ANDERSON, Ind. — The Indianapolis Colts waived eight players on Sunday, including two who were waived/injured.
Quarterback Mike Hartline was among those released. During the preseason, Hartline only attempted two passes with no completions.
The Colts signed Hartline as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Kentucky this season.
Hartline’s chances of making the team weren’t helped when the Colts signed Kerry Collins on Wednesday.
A pair of offensive linemen were also cut by the Colts.
Guard Josh Beekman was let go after being brought in during the team’s training camp at Anderson University earlier this month.
Offensive tackle Casey Bender was also released.
Wide receiver Joe Horn and running back Devin Moore were also given their release.
On the defensive side, Indianapolis waived defensive backs Chip Vaughn and Mike Newton and linebacker Cody Glenn.
Newton and Glenn were on the waived/injured list.
The 32 teams in the NFL have until Wednesday to trim their respective rosters from 90 to 75 players.