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Indianapolis Colts re-sign Canadian offensive lineman Dan Federkeil

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INDIANAPOLIS - The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed Canadian offensive lineman Dan Federkeil.

The 290-pound Federkeil has played in 22 games in three seasons with Indianapolis, including three starts last year at right guard.

He also played as a reserve at right tackle and on special teams.

Federkeil, a native of Medicine Hat, Alta., joined the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Calgary in 2006. Terms of his new contract were not disclosed Tuesday.

The Colts also re-signed running back Lance Ball and linebacker Buster Davis on Tuesday.

Ball joined the team's practice squad in October and was activated for the final regular-season game against Tennessee, totalling 83 yards on 13 carries.

Davis, claimed off waivers from Detroit, played in six games with Indianapolis last season, starting three of the final four at middle linebacker. He originally was a third-round draft pick by Arizona in 2007.

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