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Javarris James

Javarris James(L) with cousin and former Colts Feature Back Edgerrin James(R) |

Javarris James

Born: 18th of September, 1987

Hometown: Immokalee, FL

College: University of Miami

Draft: UDFA – 2010 (Indianapolis Colts)

Height: 6 feet 0 inches

Weight: 215 lbs.

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David Caldwell

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David "DaC" Caldwell

David Caldwell is a 5-foot 11-inch, 212 pound safety out of William and Mary who joined the Colts as an undrafted free agent following the 2010 NFL Draft. Caldwell out-performed all safeties at the 2010 NFL Combine in the broad jump, 3-cone drill, short shuttle, and 60-yard shuttle. His 39.5 inch vertical leap would have ranked third amongst safeties at the combine. His 4.5 40-yard dash speed is also very good.

While Cadwell did not play for a school capable of competing for a national championship, he did play at both safety and cornerback during his time at William and Mary, starting his final three seasons at the safety position. He racked up 243 tackles, 14.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, three interceptions, and seven passes broken up.

His career totals in tackles were just outside the top 20 active leaders at the conclusion of the 2009 season, and 12th in the nation among all active players with 163 career solo tackles.

As film on Caldwell shows, he plays at a high speed on the field. He knows how to make solid, hard-hitting tackles, and displays that uncanny “nose for the football.”

Caldwell has the speed and athletic ability to return, if needed. In his final three years at William and Mary, Caldwell returned 30 kickoffs for 677 yards (22.6 yards avg.) and one punt for seven yards.

When one considers that Silva is not only asked to cover kicks and punts but has occasionally been asked to return as well, Caldwell’s background filling those roles makes him seem like a solid compliment for the Colts.

If you are heading to Anderson to watch the Colts in training camp let this be your warning, beware the “DaC attack.” What is the “DaC attack?” you ask. You will have to see the Colts in camp to find out, but the following video should give you an idea.

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