Doss Becomes Latest Former Starter to Leave Super Bowl Champs

Free agent safety Mike Doss left the Indianapolis Colts for a one-year, $1 million contract with the Minnesota Vikings.

Doss was hurt for most of last season and rookie Antoine Bethea (from Howard University) emerged as the Colts' starter at safety alongside Bob Sanders.

He is the sixth former starter to leave the Colts this offseason. Three other unrestricted free agents (tailback Dominic Rhodes, cornerback Nick Harper and linebacker Cato June) signed with other teams. Two players (wide receiver Brandon Stokley and defensive tackle Montae Reagor) signed with other clubs after being released by the Colts.

By Mark Maske |  April 5, 2007; 10:08 AM ET  | Category:  Colts , Vikings
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