Melvin Bullitt Re-Signed To Three-Year Colts Deal, According To Report

Free agent safety Melvin Bullitt has agreed to re-sign with the Indianapolis Colts, according to reports by ESPN's John Clayton. The deal reportedly covers three-years.

Bullitt first signed with the Colts in 2007 as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M. After receiving limited playing time his rookie year, the 26-year old bursted out during the 2008 season by making three game-saving interceptions to secure late victories for the team.

In the years since, Bullitt has consistently proven to be a reliable counter to the oft-injured Bob Sanders. The four-year veteran took on a larger leadership role with the team in 2010, serving as co-captain of the Colts special teams.

The re-signing of Bullitt became a chief priority for Indianapolis after the team lost out on Eric Weddle to the Chargers. Bullitt also drew interest from the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals.

For more on Melvin Bullitt and the Indianapolis Colts, head over to Stampede Blue.

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